Nepenthes Mojito Baby House Plants Monkey Jars Carnivorous Plants

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£24.99 £9.99

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Caring for a Nepenthes Mojito, especially in its younger or 'baby' stage, requires specific attention to recreate its natural environment for optimal growth. Here is a detailed guide for your Nepenthes Mojito baby plant:


  • Intensity: Bright, filtered light is ideal for Nepenthes Mojito. Direct sunlight should be avoided to prevent leaf burn.
  • Placement: Position the plant near a window with a sheer curtain to provide filtered sunlight.


  • Frequency: The soil should always be kept moist but never waterlogged. It’s crucial not to let the soil dry out completely.
  • Water Quality: Use distilled water, rainwater, or reverse osmosis water. Tap water may contain minerals that could harm the plant.


  • Level: High humidity, typically around 70% to 80%, is essential for the well-being of Nepenthes Mojito.
  • Methods to Increase Humidity: Regular misting, using a humidifier, or placing the pot on a tray with water and pebbles can help maintain high humidity.


  • Daytime: The plant prefers temperatures in the range of 20°C to 30°C during the day.
  • Nighttime: A slight drop in temperature at night is beneficial but should not fall below 15°C.
  • Stability: Avoid sudden temperature changes to prevent stressing the plant.


  • Nutrient Source: Being a carnivorous plant, Nepenthes Mojito obtains nutrients from capturing insects. Supplemental feeding might be needed if it is not catching enough prey.
  • Feeding Method: You can feed small insects or use a special carnivorous plant fertilizer, but sparingly.

Soil and Potting

  • Soil Mix: Use a well-draining soil mix, such as one part peat moss to one part perlite or sand.
  • Potting: Ensure that the pot has good drainage to prevent the roots from sitting in water.

General Care

  • Pruning: Trim off dead or yellowing leaves and pitchers to encourage new growth.
  • Repotting: Young plants may need repotting more frequently, possibly once a year, to accommodate their growth.
  • Pest Control: Watch out for pests like aphids and treat with insecticidal soap if necessary.

Caring for a Nepenthes Mojito baby plant involves closely mimicking its natural habitat, which is typically humid and warm. Regular care and attention to its specific needs will help your young Nepenthes Mojito grow strong and healthy.

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Our custom made boxes are perfect for transporting your new plants straight from our Yorkshire tropical nursery direct to your door. We use a next day DHL service as standard, allowing plants to be delivered as fast as possible.

Check out our YouTube video to see exactly how we pack for safe delivery.

  • Plants are supplied in plastic nursery pots unless stated in the product title.

  • Plants are not for consumption unless stated as edible.

  • Plant heights can fluctuate +/- 10%.

  • Our plants are kept at our tropical nursery in Yorkshire where we maintain an average temperature of 18c.

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