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When I got this plant in spring this year it had two pitchers, they were pale green and about an inch if that, now after hanging from my tree in my garden, it's grown new ones and slightly different in size and colour! I have started bringing it in at night now. I'm so chuffed how it's changed, especially as it was my first pitcher.

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Wonderful plant... you should put a stick to sustain the plant... if you don’t do it, next year your nepenthes could’t make pitchers..

p.s.: in winter, if you don’t give addictional light to your plant, it will not make pitchers... it is ok, due to the few hours of light;-)

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Hi, sorry to be ignorant, but could you confirm what you mean by stick? 

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Hi!! You should put a stick in the pot, near the stem of the plant, and use some string to fiss the stem to it...your plant is a climbing nepenthes, it’s wild parents use plants and trees as sustain... Like a vine plant;-) If I’m not be clear, I’m here;-)

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Ah ha! Im with you now, thank you, I will do that!

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