I have had this N. ventricosa (arist x thorelli) for a long time now, about 7-8 months. I originally got it from Paul as a generous gift, and when I first got it, it was green like its sibling. However during acclimation it soon turned cherry red, and I thought it was just horrible sunburn, as was confirmed by Paul who noted I had cooked it. Well now 7-8 months later it is still cherry red, all new growth is cherry red, and its pitchers are also cherry red! I wanted to know if anyone here really had an explanation for this thing. I know when plants get ample amounts of light theyll make kind of dark maroon leaves and such, but honestly Im just growing this on a windowsill that does not get too much light as far as I know. (At least not recently, Ive noted in the summer and spring months the sun doesnt peak out in front of the window like it did in winter and fall.) I also have never seen a plant THIS red. Theyre usually more of a purpleish maroon, not this kind of bright red.
Thanks for any answer!
Its seed sibling for comparison, both are the same age: