I got this plant a year ago from Chuck Lyon. At the time I was told that it is either a German giant or an Australian giant. It only had one pitcher on it that was mature and this pitcher had a distinct hump on the back. Since then, plant has finally grown and matured and I wanted to ask for experienced opinions on the taxonomy of the plant and whether it really is a giant or not.
From the photos, is the plant old enough to tell? Or do I have to wait some couple more months for more mature pitchers that develop in larger sizes before it is possible to tell?
A few more details about the plant might reveal whether it really is a giant or not. When I got the plant and planted it up, it did not even flinch. Not a single leaf or pitcher was lost. It just kept growing. A friend of mine has a German giant and he told me that the same thing happened to his German giant. But he also told me that his German giant is ridiculously slow-growing. This plant grows plenty fast! Does that mean its just a vigorous typical?
I also received another plant from Chuck which is supposed to be the other giant of the two but it has grown much slower so I can't tell if either of these plants is a giant at all or if they are typical plants and not of giant taxonomy origins. That plant is not developing enough mature pitches for me to post a picture yet.
Almost a year later: