Some Carnivourous Plant Questions

bill sherren wb.sherren at ntlworld.com
Thu Nov 7 08:05:25 EST 2002


"lorisarvendu" <loris at anon> wrote in message
news:0u4jsuguq1j2o5smtgusq882jlmoleofna at 4ax.com...
> Can I quickly pester you again?  When the pitchers start shrivelling
> on nepenthes ( a couple of them have, from the top down  - very slowly
> I might add), should I allow them to shrivel up on their own, or
> remove them beforehand?  The pitchers are empty of liquid, so I'm
> assuming that's been absorbed back in.
>
> cheers
>
> -L:)

Hi
I would let the whole pitcher shrivel up before you need to remove it. I
usually leave it until the tendril has dried up as well. Only if I see any
signs of mould do I remove it sooner.

cheers

bill






More information about the Plantbio mailing list