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To clarify, there are two forms (that I know of that occur naturally in the wild) of Filiformis. One is Filiformis var. Tracyi, which has thicker, larger leaves and is greener. It grows in the panhandle of Florida, and can often be found with Sarracenia Rubicorpa. There is also Filiformis var. Filiformis, which is smaller with thinner leaves and more red coloration. It's got a more northern range, up through NC. This is what I'm giving away. It flowers prolifically when well fed.
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