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I just got some Nepenthes rafflesiana plants. They are all small 3" potted plants from PFT.
I noticed that the 1 plant, all the tendrils come off the side of the pitcher. The other 2 I got the tendril comes off the center of the pitcher. This is the way I've always seen pictures of them, and 1 reason way I got a N. rafflesiana.
Do N. rafflesiana sometimes have the tendril off to the side of the pitcher?
Maybe it did this because of it's growing conditions and will form them in the center, some sort of hybrid?
Just wondering if anyone else has seen this.
Though I do not own a Raffelsiana, I think its just happens naturally.
Could it mean a cutting with intermediate pitchers?