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    Question OwO what's this?

    Just noticed some little leaflets forming on both ends of my pitcher plant! I do not know what species this is, but do they look familiar? I'm guessing some variant of sarracenia.

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    Can you repost the picture from a different photo site, because Photobucket doesn't work right anymore.
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    Does this work?

    Last edited by Not a Number; 08-17-2017 at 03:27 PM. Reason: link correct to show image

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    Flickr is a good website for hosting photographs. If you want something a bit simpler, imgur is quick and easy.

    In any case I was able to view your picture, and it's certainly a Sarracenia but you'll have to wait for some pitchers to finish developing and open before anyone will be able to say much more.

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    It looks like you have another growth point on the rhizome.
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    It's another growth point, a new pitcher will develop. Make sure to keep it in full sun and plenty of distilled water, so the pitcher to develop properly.

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