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By thepitchergrower
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Thats a large housefly!
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By thepitchergrower
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Yep, it's the one I got from you. :D The photo was taken at one of its dewy periods, other times it looks a bit drier. It's grown outside under ambient humidity, in fact this area looks a bit less humid than yours (being further inland).
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By elaineo
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The difference in humidity is pretty small compared to, say, Florida. My plant never gets as big and leafy as when I first bought it from @optique. It is still bigger than my other filiformis types though.
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By thepitchergrower
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Fl giant should be smaller than tracyii, only 12 inches when fully grown. Tracyii should get much larger up to 2x that size.
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By optique
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Last summer i had a yard sale, a lady on her way out raked her purse across the top of my thread leaf trey. I would have loved to see her face when she felt the result.

@thepitchergrower I got my start from SNW and its gets much larger then 12in

SNW website says 12in but most of there CP's grow small compared to the same plants in the South East
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By Nepenthes0260
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IMO "Florida Giant" looks virtually identical to FL tracyi :lol:. It certainly grows quite a bit larger than 12". Here was my largest pot last year.
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By thepitchergrower
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Yet another housefly met its doom.
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