They were both the same, obviously. But, the look of it, was so similar to the carnivorous bromeliads(3 known species exist & 2 others are considered to be carnivorous as well), I couldn't, help but grab one, hoping it to be one.
I did ask, the worker, there to see, if it could be identified, but alas, no luck(It says houseplant & that's it, no detailed name of the plant). But, I noticed, it was sold from hampshire farms, which, also sold the tropical pitcher plant. So, it wouldn't be far fetched to believe, if they would sell a bromeliad or a carnivorous one, without realizing it?
But, pictures are a better way, to understand what I'm trying to describe here. It, does have the funnel cups of a bromeliad & the shedding off the base look to it as well. I noticed a winged insect, latched itself to the interior of one of the leaves & tried crawling up & slid down a bit.
I'll let you be the judge, here's pics of the plant. Thanks for reading, have a wonderful day, all!