Hello to everyone!
My same villosa that was outside home end November 2005 while it was snowing and that now lives in terrarium has developed a strage leaf....or...?
The plant during those 3 months has grown very nice and quickly and always more better ( just check the leafes and the last pitcher in the photo) but the leafes that came out are simply strange...
I zoomed the part of the villosa and it seems like a failed retry to develope a flower spike? Even if plant is very young? Can it be? The dark point doesn't look at like a leaf...some genical error in cellular duplication?!? What could it be...and why those strange things happen sometimes even the plant is really nice growing?
Could it be maybe a remote past cause of drastically weather change?
A malformation of meristematic cellular division?
The plant was maybe dooped or trated too intensly with osmocote?
I cannot give me and answer..some of you have experinces in malformations?
There could be come argument connections with the recently campanulata's spike topic [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/new/confused.gif[/img]
Here are the pics!
Let me know
Milan - ITALY