*feels smug that he actually understood what gill_za said straight away*
The 1717 and 1713 I have identified properly and they are sitting separately in other pots.
P. Unknown 3 (lost its label...) I had labeled as P. esseriana after trying to identify it comparing to pictures in carnivorous plants photo finder.
P. Unknown 1 was labeled as P. pirouette. For P. Unknown 2 I have mixed up the label while hastily potting the plants late at night but since it looked like small P. wesser or like P. pirouette I started doubting. P. wesser was eliminated later because its leaves have deeper red color.
So to you both P. pirouette/ Unkown 1 and P. Unknown 2 look identical?
[QUOTE][So to you both P. pirouette/ Unkown 1 and P. Unknown 2 look identical? /QUOTE] They do..... but then again, they also look like very young plants and the mature plant could look a little different. Hera re pictures of what I have as P. 'Pirouette':
Just for reference here is a P. 'Pirouette' and smaller pullings. Originally from Jimscott. Not quite in the full summer leaf configuration. Judging based on color is not a sure bet since it depends on the season and the light source grown under. Even replacing an old bulb with unused bulb from the same batch can make a difference.
Grand Hotel... always the same. People come, people go. Nothing ever happens.