I only see one other leuc in the auction, so here's mine. It's an ordinary leucophylla, but even an ordinary one is just about the most spectacular plant you'll have when it grows its fall pitchers. If I remember correctly, this one's were close to 18" last year and as you'll see in the photo, it has one open flower and two others on shorter stalks still in bud. You'll also see no pitchers, only last year's phyllodia. That's because it avoids capturing it's pollinators by blooming before pitchers mature. It's in an 8" pot, by the way, but basically has confined itself to half of the pot. Bidding starts at $1 and I'll pay shipping if it sells for more than $11.