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Growing Nepenthes Ventricosa (Pitcher Plant)

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These carnivorous tropical plants can be grown as houseplants under the proper conditions. This is a page about growing Nepenthes Ventricosa (pitcher plant).


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October 9, 2010

How do I plant Nepenthes Ventricosa seeds? What type of soil do I need?

Hardiness Zone: 8b

By Sandra from DeFuniak Springs, FL


October 17, 20100 found this helpful

Plant them in peat moss. Do not use any type of soil that has had fertilizer added to it. Water using only distilled water.

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July 24, 2008

I was shopping one day and I always have to go to the garden department. There it was a Nepenthes-Tropical Pitcher Plant, had to have. Florida and under my live oak tree it has found a home. It love the humidity and bugs, both thing I don't. Rain water is what it likes. That gives me a chance to work on my rain barrel, but that's another picture and story. So it likes bugs, humid rainy weather, with filtered sun from my old oak tree.


By Denise from New Port Richey, FL.

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