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Hi Clayton, That does very much look like some terrestrial bladderwort. I can't tell the species unless there are some flowers since the leaves on many of them look the same. Good Growing! Jeff
Hi Kat, Most Nepenthes don't like to be below 50F. If you're seeing 30's some nights in your greenhouse, time for a heater. They will tolerate brief dips into the 40, but too much of that and you
Hi Major Scott, Glad you were able to identify the pest. The Gnatrol works the same way as mosquito dunks/BTI, but it more concentrated and targeted at Fungus Gnats, so you should be better control
Hi Leonor, Your plant looks great. It's fine in the 3 inch pot for now, but I would recommend getting it into a bigger pot at the beginning of February. 5 inch pots seem to be just about right for
Hi Ally, Yes. If the leaf is browning, cut the leaf and the pitcher off. With pitchers wait until the bottom part of the pitcher is brown if it still has bugs in it. Otherwise, cut them off when