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By Jedikinigit
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Joined:  Sun Dec 03, 2023 5:35 pm
I realize this is probably a longshot, but I'm curious if people could help me narrow down what I have. These were purchased in Florida at a botanical garden show so I'm guessing they're common because there were a ton of them there. The small one was purchased from a nursery that does not specialize in carnivores so again I'm guessing it's common. Thoughts and thanks?! If I'm crazy and what I'm asking is impossible just let me know.
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Unknown 1 plant
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By andynorth
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I am not certain but the one on the left looks to be a St. Gaya. I have one that has produced pitchers very similar and they are a very popular plant so that might be why they have so many. I am not sure of what the one on the right is though.
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