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    Yeah, it is. How old is your nep, Ludwig?

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    At least 5 years.

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    Oh, mine is about 3-4 years old. Will the pitchers get big fast? My plants last pitcher was twice as big as the one before it.

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    Mine is growing very fast these days, but my last one never did much after over a year. I think they are variable depending where you got it from.

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    So what's the big deal with 'Judith Finn'?
    Pure spathulata looks better to me:

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    Hello!

    Here are several pics of pitchers of my plants. I have a dozen of them, maybe more... So all the pics you see here are of different pitchers from different plants.







    x Judith Finn may not be too impresive, it is like having a smaller spathulata with more red on the peristome, but i have been told that they are easier than spathulata. But since i do not have spathulata, i cannot coroborate this... Let's se if ican find a spathulata in the future

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