|Autumn pitcher you can put a ping pong ball down it. You can see to the left a typical slender spring pitcher to the left of the big Autumn pitcher:[/QUOTE]|
How old is this pitcher mike? I have some that are a year and a half to 2 years old, and they are no where near that size. Very nice! [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/smile.gif[/img]
Thanks Mike. So far it has grown a few spring pitchers and then grew some phyllodia in July and August. Then at the end of August it sent up another spring pitcher. There are two tiny shoots at the moment but they don't seem to look like they will do much.
The plant is mature and flowering size,
How big is your plant?
Mike where can i obtain the Giant Purple and white leuco like yours pictured above? Thanks!
That plant is only to be found in Europe at present. I would try if you were looking for a big leuco to get the 'Titan' plant. It is even larger than this one and I took a lot of trouble to import one from the USA earlier this year. However, there are other big leucos out there too; the giant purple & white though is one of the best around.
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