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Cephs in CO

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Of course with hot summer weather they've slowed down and reverted to some smaller pitchers, but so long as they stick around until fall....
 
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Everything looks great hun! My plants have allot of non Carnivorous leaves aswell, the stronger the light the more they pitcher :D mine still got baby pitchers but their getting up their with your plants. Keep us updated on their growth :)
 
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Roughly a Mediterranean climate, very warm in summer and between 50-70F in winter. Humidity probably 60% or so, beyond that I don't have real specifics: 2 2foot T8 shoplights, and one 2 foot sunblaster T5.
 

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Greetings from the netherworld.
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How come your ceph is so green? Does it have to do with that clone or is it the light level? I kinda like it.

Oh yeah, go funky intermediate leaves!!!
 
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Color can be dependent on clone, but more so on light levels. There are 2 clones here, in a relatively short pot amongst pots meant for tuberous sundews, and will be getting repotted eventually to something taller; they have the capacity to turn darker, and have done so on the lids before.
 
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I guess I'm not seeing it; if you're referring to the big open pitcher in the top photo, that's the same one that's in the bottom pic, and it looks pretty normal to me.
 
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