The plant has settled in perfectly, and individual leaf size has more than doubled during the summer. The best part of it is seeing these lovely pitchers. They are now large enough to receive an osmocote pellet or two. I much prefer this method over regular foliar feeding, because it uses the natural way for Nepenthes to get complementary nutrients, and does so over a long period of time instead of supplying everything at once.
My specimen is Andreas Wistuba’s clone. The cute plant arrived in perfect shape and was immediately potted with some living sphagnum moss.