Flowering cephalotus?


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Hey, does anyone know how to get a cephalotus to flower? Or how old it has to be? I have several on a hillside display, all are about 3 inches across with lots of adult pitchers stacked up. They are all about a year old from leaf cuttings. When should i see some flowers? Thanks


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From what I've read, they need seasonal changes such as temperature and lighting level in order to bloom.
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Willy is correct, they need a seasonal que to initiate flowering. Shortened photoperiod and cooler winter will almost always trigger them.