I was at FEF (Thomson) yesterday and I must say that the CPs needs somebody to resue them. I bought one VFT, the other one that is left is very sorry looking. As a bonus, there is a large piece of liverwort (probably Marchantia) in it. (Yes, I also grow mossess and liverwort).
The trumpet pitchers labelled as S. "Stevensii" are all very dry. I think that they did not water them yesterday. Some of the S. purpurea still looks okay. Be very selective.
There are some sundews left on the lowest tray but all without dew. Try to get one (or more![img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/wink.gif[/img] with a hint of the light green growing tips still visible. I bought one sorry-looking sunddew two weeks ago, but now there are now three separate vigorous growing points. So, the plants can be saved.
Each CPs should cost you about S$16.80 and do not trust the names on the price tag. Most of them are wrongly labelled.
I worry about breeding mosquitos in trays with water. So, I also bought a couple of white ceramic pots from FEF, which fits the CP plastic pots very nicely. The gap left between the plastic pot and the ceramic pot is probably too small to allow mosquitos to enter to lay eggs. Each ceramic pots costs S$4.80 and they look nice too!
I do not think that the other nurseries at Thomson have any CPs although I did not check. BTW, if you hit FEF at Queensway first, it could be advisible to buy the VFT from there, if it is still available.