Re: Nepenthes flowering.

Robert Allen (Robert.Allen@Eng.Sun.COM)
Wed, 9 Mar 1994 14:38:54 +0800

>>That was me. Remember I am in Southern Calif, so I my get more light
>>during the year. This Nepenthes is just sitting on a bookcase next to the
>>window. It is planted in a mixture of peat and vermiculite with a covering
>>of dry sphagnum. There is also a fern going in the smae pot which
>>"spntaneously" appeared (I didn't plant it). The Nepenthes was beun (year
>>ago) in terrarium, and I moved it into my office about 3-4 years ago. It
>>also receives some light from the fluorescent fixtures in the office.
>>I usually get a continuous growth of pitchers throughout the year, though
>>they grow more slowly and there are fewer during the Winter.
>>The office is not particulary humid and it can get down to about 65 degrees
>>F during the Winter.
>>I'd be happy to answer any more questions!

Just a couple of more :-): are you in a sealed, air-conditioned
type building, or can you open your windows? The air-conditioned
bldgs. tend to have low humidity.