Date: Fri, 9 Jul 1999 14:59:47 -0400 From: "Michael Hunt" <email@example.com> To: firstname.lastname@example.org Message-Id: <aabcdefg2518$foo@default> Subject: Re: Cephalotus Monstrosity?
I have seen this rare event on my plants in the past. It almost looks like a
Heliamphora pitcher. I don't know what causes it. But I haven't had it
happen in several years. But many resources on Cephalotus do mention the
intermediate form of leaf.
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> At Stan Lampard's Uk Open Day last Sunday, I was admiring one of his
> Cephalotuses (my big one used to be that good before it perished
> last winter) when I noticed a strange leaf. It started off like a
> normal non-pitcher leaf, then seemed to change it's mind and flesh
> out ending with a distinct indentation as though it had decided to
> belatedly try to become a pitcher anyway. Is this common with
> Regards, NigelH
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