I figured I knew more than everybody else so I threw them in a plastic, sealed bag with a pint of water in it and put them in full sun as I had read pitcher plants need lots of sun and water.
Well, not really.
I did put them in ziplocks and potted them in a well moistened 50:50 peat and perlite mix. I added a couple of ounces of water to the bottom of the bags. This was placed in our opened-ended, unheated garage to the side of a large window for nice indirect light. Both bags keep good condensation on their sides.
The Lady Luck went in the bag on April 18. Whereas the Ventrata went into its bag on April 1 (after cutting the cutting into two pieces per Panman's gentle nudging ).
The Lady Luck seems to be holding its own with what appears as new growth coming on. There's one brown leaf and half of another one that I think I need to take out to keep mold from having a good place to start growing...comments on that are welcome! The original tip of the Ventrata (remember I cut the cutting in half) seems to be putting on new growth whereas the bottom half cutting doesn't seem to be putting on new growth though I *think* it looks healthy. While I had them out for the photo op I rinsed the bags and refreshed the bit of water in the bottom.
Anyhow, here's some shots of them. Feedback is appreciated!!! At least I ain't killed'em...so far!!!
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