I have this all green ceph and a normal colored ceph that produces tons on non carnivorous leaves but has a hard time pitchering, it used to have nice big pitcher about 2inch big but it hasnt pitchered since i can see small ones in the mass of leaves popping up but thats the only sign i have that its doing something then creating more non carnivorous leaves. Is their a reason why its taking so long to pitcher? Ive had them in baggies over the winter and now that pur temps are warmer and sunny out im gonna attempt to acclimate them to the sunporch greenhouse for study and to grow. They look healthy enough but since i purchased these for learning purposes and studying watching it grow with the kids and my own enjoyment learning about this unique plant, im still learning stuff myself.
U can see the abundance of non-carnivorous leaves
I also have these two miniture ones of unknown type one was
donated but it suffered shipping shock and has just finally started producing new growth and leaves
And this one was given to us to study its marked as 'phil mann' i dont know if that is a type or if that is the growers nameor if he crossed it but the pitchers that are on this are small and bubble looking its too finally putting out new growth after suffering frost bite in the winter while i was given it.
I appreciate your help and your imput to find if theirs anything i can do to help these plants pitcher for everyone to enjoy