Carnivorous Plants/Nepenthes Mira




I repotted this Nepenthes Mira last month and I was wondering if the plant can be saved.   I have attached a few pictures that I took of the plant.  Thank you again let me know if there is anything else you need.  

Grow Info:

lights = on window that got about 4hours.  Now presently under some grow lights.  

soil= regular nepenthes mix obtained fro Sarracenia Northwest



Hi Weylin,

Since N. mira is similar to N. rajah, it probably needs stable, elevated humidity.  This is one I would say might do better just under lights without a window.  It needs very consistent conditions, and huge temperature swings that you might get from the sun might be what is giving it grief.  It's not looking too great right now, but getting it in some higher humidity might give it a chance.  Be sure it's not sitting in water.

Good Growing!

Jeff Dallas
Sarracenia Northwest

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