Are you sure? I bet they'll start to look more pitcher like when the shoots are a bit bigger.
Or maybe your plants are recoperating from stress possibly relating from your growing conditions or just a harsh dormacy and can't make a pitcher from lack of energy?
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could just be stress, maybe give it a month or so
That sounds like lack of light on the early growth phase.
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Here are a couple more photos:
S. leucophylla "C" Franklin County FL
S. rubra wherryi Giant form
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simply amazing as always
Here are a few more pics:
S. purpurea rosea flower (the typical rose pink color)
S. leucophylla flower
It is interesting to note that two different plants of the same hybrid (rubra x alata= S. ahlesii) can have different flower colors.
S. ahlesii #1 has a green/yellow flower - attributed to the alata parent.
S. ahlesii #2 Citronelle Alabama, Mobile Cnty has a red flower (from the rubra parent)
The same flower color variation can be seen in our two different S. moorei hybrids (leucophylla x flava).
S. moorei #1 has red/pink colored flowers (from the leuco parent)
S. moorei #2 has yellow/green flowers (from the flava parent).
Here is a shot of the traps of our moorei #2 just opening.
S. catesbaei flower
Here is a beetle on our Hurricane Creek leucophylla
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nope, they are full size and are phyllodia, more phyllodia coming aswell....Originally Posted by [b
I was advised to put them in more sun which I did do, so the priblem should hopefully be fixed now.
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lol here are my seedlings, planted last year
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DUDE that's an aweful lot of seedlings!!!!!
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