Shadowtski wrote: ↑Mon Jun 01, 2020 4:37 pm
But the odds are, if this was a Cultivar, it would have been labeled and priced accordingly.
This tends to be the case, as cultivars are sometimes more 'sought after' than the de-facto species.
It also looks like a typical. I'd also start off with a typical so you don't kill nice cultivars (because, when propagated, they can be traded for cool species, like Helis). Best not to waste money or plants on plants you're not sure of.
Cephalotus is a fairly fun plant, regardless. I've got tiny, slow growing cultivars, and I love my typicals and clone #13 so much more than my German Giant. They're just more showy with all their mature traps.
Have fun in your Ceph Adventures!