VFT id possible?

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VFT id possible?

by mouthstofeed » Mon Jul 01, 2019 12:47 am

I believe that this VFT is either King Henry, Low Giant, or Pinnacle XL. Can anyone confirm?
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Re: VFT id possible?

by Fieldofscreams » Mon Jul 01, 2019 2:51 am

My pinnacle grew thin leafs just like that.
Mistakes were made

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Re: VFT id possible?

by Artchic528 » Thu Jul 04, 2019 5:42 am

Was it labeled at some point when in your possession? Or did it come to your collection unlabeled? If the latter, then it'll be a typical, if the former, then you'll need to compare it to other plants in the varieties you mentioned.
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Re: VFT id possible?

by mouthstofeed » Thu Jul 04, 2019 5:58 am

Artchic528 wrote:Was it labeled at some point when in your possession? Or did it come to your collection unlabeled? If the latter, then it'll be a typical, if the former, then you'll need to compare it to other plants in the varieties you mentioned.


I think that the label fell out during transplanting...

Besides B52, I have only acquired Low Giant, King Henry, and Pinnacle so far... all three of which I remember kinda sorta looking like this mystery guy. I would let it be a typical, but it looks very different from typicals that grow nearby, big gnarly traps and extra long necks and an atypical translucent green color... a very strange, striking plant to be sure. It makes an impression on me. Kinda freaks me out to look at it.

Yes, I am hoping someone on the forum's cultivar has grown similarly and can confirm. I probably should get more/better pictures...


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