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By Nathanation11
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I got this plant a few years back, it's definitely some form of leucophylla, but I'm not sure if it's some form of variety or just a generic one. The main distinction I see is that the veins are maybe slightly thicker than usual. My best guess, if not a generic leucophylla, would be a splinter hill or something similar. Let me know what you think.
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By optique
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Accept for the tarnok bloom or hurricane creek white it would be so hard to identify, the pitchers change so much across the growing season on leucophylla.
By Nathanation11
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Joined:  Mon Jan 11, 2016 2:18 am
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Panman wrote: Sat Jul 10, 2021 2:47 am All I can say is that it is gorgeous!
Thank you! It's been one of my favorites in my collection for sure.
optique wrote:Accept for the tarnok bloom or hurricane creek white it would be so hard to identify, the pitchers change so much across the growing season on leucophylla.
I guess if different varieties don't stand out much from one another, it wouldn't make much difference to classify it one way or another. I'm happy with calling it a normal leucophylla.
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