Other notable characteristics
Nepenthes ventrata is easy to grow – probably one of the reasons why it is so popular. It does well in intermediate conditions, and bushes. The plant produces ample basal shoots and readily forks when main growing shoots are removed. Internode distance remains relatively tight, but because the plant grows quickly, it vines and will need a tomato cage or other support to hold it upright. Alternatively, the plant can be left to lean, and will produce a bouquet of pitchers.
Humidity is beneficial, and will result in more numerous pitcher production. I’ve also noticed that humidity helps lengthens the life of individual pitchers.