As I mentioned in the other thread, I have never seen anything that comes remotely close on the regular plant forums, let alone on TF. So I thought it'd be a nice idea to share these mouth-watering photos with the largest CP community on the net.
Meet "Golden Spoonchild." This is a monster of a plant of a newly-discovered, not-yet-registered cultivar. That's right. It has spent the last 18 years in the hands of a private collection... until now. Now, this spectacular plant finally has the opportunity to meet the world stage.
This unreal specimen actually has a far more intricate clumping pattern in its pitchers. If you observe the pitcher-formation-network closely, you will see that the pitchers are actually formed in small "tripods," or "trios," as opposed to the traditional single-stranded pitcher specimens. The color on this monster plant is actually GOLD, yes, GOLD. Ladies and Gentlemen, I give you... Golden Clumper.