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    Is it normal?

    Hey everyone,

    My H. Minor has been making Mature pitchers for months now, but it did something wierd, a new pitcher formed from a mature pitcher however it is immature! Is it normal for it to do this after making Mature pitchers?
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    Quote Originally Posted by carnivoure12 View Post
    Hey everyone,

    My H. Minor has been making Mature pitchers for months now, but it did something wierd, a new pitcher formed from a mature pitcher however it is immature! Is it normal for it to do this after making Mature pitchers?
    My young purp did that right before going into dormancy back in '07. It was growing mature pitchers for months, and when November rolled along it made an immature (seedling-like) pitcher.

    It wasn't a big deal.... After dormancy, it began to continue growing mature pitchers and never turned back.



    EDIT: Oops! I thought it was an S. minor. Sorry....
    -Joel from Southern California


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    I'm pretty sure that's normal, since it just began to put out mature pitchers.
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    Well Its made mature pitcher since september...
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    That's actually not THAT long ago. I still think it's fine. It's not declining in growth or anything, is it?
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    Nope its very vigorous. Getting more colorful infact.
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    No worries, my yet to be fully identified H. minor puts out immature and mature pitchers at the same time from different growth points.
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    Has anyone really been far even as decided to use even go want to do look more like?

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