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    Ceph seedling - why is it so red?

    Not that I am complaining but it seems harder to get TC Cephs or cuttings to turn red. Is it because the pitchers are smaller and therefore easier to colour up?

    Cindy

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    Like you said, it may be because the plant is so small. I had a very young Ceph a while back that would only produce red pitchers, and then when it started to mature, it put out large green pitchers.

    Then again, I have currently have a young Ceph that only produces green pitchers. Could just be a genetic thing.

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    Those seedling are so cute!
    And I'll tell you, thats teriffic! And I'm going to do it again! Maybe I'll even do it three or four times! Why? Because I like it!
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