Very nice Ben, that is more typical of the form that it should look like, mine used to look like that but now have become more happily suited with the typical "bog form" versus the "marsh form" which i like much better.
Bog forms of S. purpurea tend to be larger, more prostrate and have fewer, but much larger pitchers, probably due to the soft mossy cushions to rest on and develop. Marsh forms are shorter, more upright, have many, smaller pitchers, also more colorful.
Looks great Ben. It should probably be heading into dormancy soon, huh?
Ah, I see.
Dang Ben, how have you been? I haven't talked to you in about a hundred years!