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Cephs in CO

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Greeley, CO, USA
I now have one:
Cephalotus SG A by Hawken Carlton, on Flickr
And two:
Cephalotus SG B by Hawken Carlton, on Flickr
Plants producing adult pitchers out of my 4 surviving seedlings. A third I think is about to transition as well, and the 4th may soon follow, Need to give them their own pots somehow (hardly have the room is the trouble), especially since there's actually 2 separate plants of one of the clones...
Cephalotus SG B by Hawken Carlton, on Flickr
Cephalotus by Hawken Carlton, on Flickr
 
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Awesome! I can see one side is getting favored by the light 😏

I bet that’s why you see those big clumps of cephalotus whenever you see any pictures of them. Wouldn’t they need a repot at some point though? How would you attempt it without killing your plant?
 
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Size or location of the pitchers is not in line with where the light is coming from currently. And they can be repotted like any other: carefully.
 
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