the cephalotus certainly is an odd plant. You can have them side-by-side and one of them will color up and the other will refuse and just stay completely green.
You can also have them sit there for a whole year and do nothing, it looks like this one is going to flower. It doesn't look like it's going to survive a flower though, I should cut off the flower stalk in case it gets stressed. I don't know though, do you think I should let it flower? I've never tried my hand at growing cephalotus from seed before.
And then I have this other oddball that produces pitchers with a second set of ribs below. Anybody else have a mature cephalotus doing this to you? Even the unopened pitchers seem to be putting out that second set of ribs.