These were rescued from Lowe's yesterday for $4.97 each. They are in two-inch pots.
All of Lowe's CPs come from Botanical Wonders, and these two seem to be planted in the same peat-with-LFS-topping they use as the media for all their deathbox CPs. There were quite a few others, most looking very bad - combinations of stretched, rotten, and obviously dead.
Some idiot had even opened one of the boxes and put a big ball of pocket lint into the traps of one of the plants, no doubt mindboggled when it remained open.
These two were the healthiest of the bunch (or seemed so to my untrained eye). None of the traps look functional anymore; they all seem to be changing to plain leaves, except the small yellowing trap which is closed on nothing visible. Both seem vital to me - especially the larger of the two, which has really big traps - and are putting up (Summer?) leaves.
I pulled off the loose dead leaves from underneath and pushed down the LFS, which is packed very tightly and was threatening to swallow the plants. I have them hardening up, loosely domed under fluorescents for now, to go outside soon. They don't seem to have any bugs (the lone benefit of the airtight death cube?), but there is a slightly... off... smell to the pots. I'm hoping they don't need repotting for awhile.