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    Yes that's my Oreophila. they're outside in full sun(the picture i took is the nighttime picture so it might not look like it.)
    my VFT are starting to redden up as you can see. not too long till its bright red.

    and intermediate leaf=half pitcher half phyllodia?

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    Yep, or anywhere in-between.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Alexis View Post
    it just grows phyllodia from July to October and then goes dormant for the winter :-)
    Mine is doing this already too. Unfortunate really, I wanted to see more pitchers.
    -Joel from Southern California


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    Lame, it doesnt look like a phyllodia though, and anyone know what the smaller one is?

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    Difficult to tell unless I download the image and enlarge it but I'd guess they're pitchers that have reverted to the juvenile form. Younger plants often grow juvenile leaves as well as the adult forms. Juvenile leaves on almost all Sarracenia have a S. minor look to them.
    Grand Hotel... always the same. People come, people go. Nothing ever happens.

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