No sweat. I wasn't insulted or miffed by anything you said.Originally Posted by [b
The majority of my burbidgeae are seed grown with some definite color forms. I have the red/pink form and to be perfectly honest with you..I prefer the more typical white/cream. The pitcher on my clone of red/pink becomes very dark red/purple in bright light and the definition of the stripe pattern almost disappears, and the lid gets super dark red on the inside.
I have another clone that has sort of a golden green pitcher with purple splotches and a green, red and purple striped peristome. It's not my best plant but I love the tubby nature of it. Many of the seed grown specimens vary more in pitcher shape than they do in color. My preferences are the tubby, wide mouthed forms that are creamy white with pink spots and bright candy cane peristomes. Like sculpted porcelain.