Data | Nepenthes

Update: 1/9/21-2/20/21

Update:

1/9/21-2/20/21

 

Growth

 

Nepenthes x harryana (SG):

1 inch → 1.25 inch

Growth(2 m): 0.25 inches

Nepenthes lowii x burbidgeae (SG):

3 inches → 3.5 inches

Growth(2 m): 0.5 inches

Nepenthes robcantleyi (BE-3517):

3.5 inches → 4 inches

Growth(2 m): 0.5 inches

Nepenthes truncata (d x Paisan red):

1.5 inch → 1.75 inches

Growth(2 m): 0.25 inches

Nepenthes veitchii (Murud striped x candy stripe):

5 inches → 5.5 inches

Growth(2 m): 1 inch

Nepenthes veitchii(Psychedelic x Pink Candy Cane):

2 inches → 2.5 inches

Growth(2 m): 0.5 inches

Nepenthes muluensis x lowii (BE-3128):

4 inches → 4.75 inches

Growth(2 m): 0.75 inches

Nepenthes macrophylla(SG):

2 inches → 2.25 inches

Growth(2 m): 0.25 inches

Nepenthes villosa x veitchii:

2.5 inches → 4.25 inches

Growth(2 m): 1.75 inches

Nepenthes peltata:

1.5 inches →  2 inches

Growth(2 m): 0.5 inches

 

 

 

Leaf Production

 

Nepenthes x harryana (SG):

Growth(2 m): 1 leaf

Nepenthes lowii x burbidgeae (SG):

Growth(2 m): 1.5 leaves

Nepenthes robcantleyi (BE-3517):

Growth(2 m): 1.25 leaves

Nepenthes truncata (d x Paisan red):

Growth(2 m): 1 leaf

Nepenthes veitchii (Murud striped x candy stripe):

Growth(2 m): 2 leaves

Nepenthes veitchii(Psychedelic x Pink Candy Cane):

Growth(2 m): 1 leaf

Nepenthes muluensis x lowii (BE-3128):

Growth(2 m): 2 leaves

Nepenthes macrophylla(SG):

Growth(2 m): 1 leaf

Nepenthes villosa x veitchii:

Growth(2 m): 2.25 leaves

Nepenthes peltata:

Growth(2 m): 1 leaf

 

 

 

                       Pictures

 

 

Nepenthes x harryana (SG)(1/9/21):

 

Nepenthes lowii x burbidgeae (SG)(1/9/21):

 

Nepenthes robcantleyi (BE-3517)(1/9/21):

 

Nepenthes truncata (d x Paisan red)(1/9/21):

 

Nepenthes veitchii (Murud striped x candy stripe)(1/9/21):

 

Nepenthes muluensis x lowii (BE-3128)(1/9/21):

  

Nepenthes macrophylla (SG)(1/9/21):

 

Nepenthes veitchii (P x PCC)(SG)(1/9/21):

 

1/9/21-2/20

70ºF-50ºF

Conditions:

Mainly highland, with some nights dipping into ultra-highland. Humidity at around 95%, temperatures are rising into the intermediate range. 

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