After going to California Carnivores today, I learned a little about that hybrid, and thought I should share. The plant can get very large in a short amount of time( a little over a year). The pitchers get very large, with fat 8 inch pitchers, resembling maxima. I got one today, along with N. sanguinea, N. thorelli x (x wittei), and the hairy form of alata. Do you know how large this form of alata can get?