Date: Sat, 27 Nov 1999 11:44:56 EST From: MCATALANI@aol.com To: email@example.com Message-Id: <aabcdefg3996$foo@default> Subject: cephalotus size
> for all those cephalotus enthusiasts out there.
> what is the largest cephalotus you have cultivated? No exagerations please.
> currently, i have a cephalotus measuring
> 2 inches from the base of the pitcher to the rim. I do not like to measure
to the lid because that would lead to invalid measurements since the opening
varies based on humidity.
My two largest cephalotus have pitchers that measure about 3 1/2" from the
base to the rim, and about another inch if you include the lid (non-reflexed,
in its normal position)...it wasnt sold as the "giant" form, and I'm not
convinced yet that there really is a giant form of cephalotus...they seem to
grow larger every year, and once they reach a size of about 3" in diameter
they grow larger at a much faster pace than when they were smaller due to
multiple growth crowns kicking in.
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