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Some pics of my Cephalotus

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Thanks! Cephalotus grow in quite wet soil in habitat (at least during spring and winter) sometimes in really soggy ground. I know that many growers are afraid of a too wet substrate, because of the risk of rotting. But I would say it is a too low light level, too high night and winter temperatures and stagnant air that makes Cephalotus prone to fungi attack.

The biggest pitcher is about 5cm (well, not sure - and too lazy to go downstairs to the cellar ;-) but not that big - it is an intermediate sized clone.



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