Siamese twins?
Mon, 26 Jun 1995 12:38:17 +0930

Greetings all,

On the topic of CP's doing strange things, the ACPS had its
bimonthly meeting last week and a rather curious plant was
brought in for everyone to see.

The plant was a _N. spectabilis_. The curious thing about it was
that one leaf had produced two tendrils and hence two pitchers.
These pitchers were identical in height and shape and there were
only vary small differences in colour. Also the tendrils were of
exactly the same length and so the pitchers were hanging side by
side. The grower concerned (and everyone else at the meeting) had
never seen this before. Has anyone else had this happen to their