Tropical Pitcher Plants (Nephenthes)

Tropical Pitcher Plants (Nephenthes)

Planting Guide

  • Plants should be potted up ASAP upon appival
  • We use dried Sphagnum moss (the light brown fibers in your box) as our packing material, it's also your potting material
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Plant Care

  • Nephenthes prefer bright, indirect or filtered light. An east windowsil with morning sun is good, as is a shaded south window. They can be grown outdoors in a protexted spot in mild climates, or indoors under flourescent or LED lights.
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Carnivorous plants require water that is low in minerals. Regular municipal tap water, well water, and bottled water will kiss most carnivorous plants. In order to keep your plants healthy, only use distilled, reverse osmosis, or rain water. If you've tested your tap water and it measures under 100 PPM that is also fine. Carnivorous plants are often watered with the tray method, which means setting the pot in the tray of water to be absorbed through the bottom. Thee are "bog" conditions. Some plants prefer being top-watered. This is covered on the other page included with you order.

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Light Test

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Soil Test

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Temperature Test

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Food Test

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Dormacy Test

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Mature Size Test

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Altitude Test

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