- Nov 4, 2016
- Tucson, AZ
I'm thinking of ordering a few Nepenthes species in the near future, but I'm very space limited at the moment. I'd probably not have room for a (relatively) full size plant of anything bigger than N. dubia. However, I also expect that my amount of space available will significantly increase in the next few years, and I would be able to fit small-ish species, like N. jacquelineae or aristolochioides, in my space. Thus, my question is, if healthy, how quickly do most of these species grow? How dependent is it on species? If I got, say, an N. Jacquelineae now, how quickly would it enter the vining stage, and how similar is this for other similarly-sized species? I apologize if this question is so species specific that it's impossible to answer generally, in which case I'll ask specifically about Jacquelineae and Hamiguitanensis, which are two relatively similarly sized plants as adults that I was looking at.