And it seems to have 3 very distinctly different types of traps. 1 is very small, the next has a broad leaf close to the ground, and the third is huge and tall.
Does this indicate 3 years of growth or anything?
sanguinearocks101 wrote: ↑Fri Oct 30, 2020 11:44 pm No, that’s just the difference between the summer and winter growth. The short and wide leaves are winter leaves, the long and tall ones are summer leaves.Cool thanks.
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