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    The awkwardness of Viking pitchers

    Everybody loves to hate and hates to love globosa's pitcher shape-changing antics.

    Post all your whacky pitchers of this species and let's see what variations we have!

    Pann:




    Newer pitchers are shorter than older ones



    Basals are bigger than the main growing vine!

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    Promising Klom:
    (newest pitchers are more promising as klom than the old ones. Newest pitcher is in the center)











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    Very nice!! Mine just started pitchering *finally* so I don't think it counts but here they are anyway!
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    Man, I just love globosas. My first globosa pitcher is opening... I wish I could post pics.

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    Very nice! Love those wings an the overall roundness of the pitcher.

    I'll have to get one once the hype/price dies down a little.

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    adnedarn that first pitcher looks like an upper o.O the tendril is facing the wrong way for a lower. Is that really a viking upper? I rarely see them and when I do they're all green. Kudos for getting a pink one if that really is an upper!

    Viking pitcher shape and color is a mess. I have no clue how to control them at all whatsoever. It's just not intuitive and varies depending on the plant's genes, environment, and just plain luck.

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    Admin- I'm growing CPs in the Desert of Tucson, Az. adnedarn's Avatar
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    Now that you said something, it does kinda look like it's positioned as an upper, doesn't it? I'll have to check next time I'm at the g/h. My guess is that it comes from the side like the second...
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    I love the 'akwardness' of the pitchers!!!!

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