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I read that the pitchers grow facing inward, then when they mature they twist outward. Goldtrap2690, are the pitchers opened yet? If they're not, it's very likely they will twist around soon, and if they are open, they might twist couple of days. (I think! )what growing conditions are they in?
By the way I also have small seedlings that can't even develop the "heads" yet that are just points and they face both inwards and outwards.
I am the weirdo who sits next to you on the bus!
hey unknownclown , I used to have 9 darlingtonais exactly like yours that i brought for a very chep price , but then i traded them all away , then the plants i traded them for i gave aways , and then i had no more cp's left then i started to collect cp's all over again . anyways yes the pitchers are open , and also I don't know about the pitchers facing inwards or outwards part , probably tells the maturity .
WOW!!! unc, those cobras are fascinating!!! Please post more pics! those are some awesome darlingtonia
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