I can't wait to see what it does when we repot it in a nutrient crappy medium.
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Looks like we have a miranda or a miranda hybrid on our hands. I'm still going with a hybrid, though. The leaves are more "rippled" like a gourd shape and have a bit more red on them than your plant. Not to mention the ID tag on the plant said it was a highland hybrid. The pic of the pitcher on the tag was definetely lighter (a neon yellowish green) in color than the straight miranda and didn't have as much of a "heart shaped" pitcher opening if I remember correctly.