Swords if all of them look like that one then I can assure you that they are Judith Finns. I grow a Judith Finn which is a little bigger than the one in the picture and your plant is definately a Judith Finn. The pitchers on the plant once it is established will get much larger in a very short period of time. I personally grow mine in lowland conditions, which I probably need to change, but for the next few weeks I dont have much of a choice. They are highland to intermediate, but they are a sturdy hybrid that I doubt would mind being in lowland conditions much. Love the pictures.