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    so whats the difference between G. violacea and G. violacea "giant"? ive got both flowering and um, i think i have the tags in the wrong pots.
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    In a few words...

    G.violacea usually has upper and lower lips of the flowers more or less of the same size, while the "giant" form has upper lips much smaller than lower lip. The spur of "giant" is longer and it also spontaneously reproduces vegetatively from traps.

    If you put up pics I can help you ID them...

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    i think they are labeled wrong. ill see what i can do about pics. my main confusion comes from the fact i got these two from two different ppl at two different times so i dont see how they got mixed up.
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    Of the plants that I grew, the "giant" was a much larger and more robust plant that the "regular" form, with leaves at least twice the size.

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