My Ceph is sick


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Looks like it has been recently repotted. Did it have the dead leaves prior to that? I find that when I repot immature Cephalotus I always lose some of the leaves and pitchers.

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Looks like it has been recently repotted. Did it have the dead leaves prior to that? I find that when I repot immature Cephalotus I always lose some of the leaves and pitchers.

Hi mobile. It was looking like this before I re-potted it. Whilst re-potting I removed a lot of the old material, as this is impossible to do when it is in a huge clump. I thought it needed re-potting to help promote growth. Also you know how long the roots get so it needed a deeper pot.

The plant is actually about 4 or 5 years old so I think it is mature.

Maybe I should split it up a bit. If there is a mildew infection perhaps I can save a cutting.

Oh also it is outside now so the ventilation is A1 :D.

What's the lowest temperature a Ceph can endure?

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