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By TatOZ_2020
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#351681
Hello everybody. Maybe someone can explain to me?
I have an ARPC cultivar from BCP. According to the description, it is a cultivar with a low form.
Last year, this plant was like this/
This year, after wintering, suddenly issued vertical leaves. Is this normal, or do I have a different cultivar?
I would be grateful if you help me figure it out. Unfortunately, I didn’t receive a response from BCP.
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By TatOZ_2020
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#351684
I have plants for 1.5 years. It was the first full dormancy. But according to the description, there cultivar not be vertical leaves for this.
By FlytrapVirginHelpPlz
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#351784
its a beauty regardless
pic #1 is an amazing color..
i really <3 that hot pink its a very nice looking plant regardless but as a former ebay titanium powerseller of live plants I do know that people get very upset after seeking out & purchasing plants advertised as a named cultivars (especially if they are very rare & hard to find) then after carefully planting & nurturing their new acquisition for a season they grow up and are obviously NOT as advertised..
By TatOZ_2020
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#351789
Thanks. No, I'm not have disappointment. In any case, I like the plant. I just want to know the truth. BCP (bestcarnivorousplants) is a fairly well-known plant nursery in Europe. But maybe there is some kind of mistake. Wherever people work it is possible.
And by the way, in photo No. 1 it also grew with me. In the same living conditions. After a month of postal services misunderstanding, in november 2018, the plant got to me like this:
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By Benny
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#351796
Wow! Big difference between those pics! You did a great job on nursing that thing back to life.
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By Propag8
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#359329
I know this post is a little old but I definitely don't think your plant is ARPC but it is beautiful. ARPC always grows a flat rosette and isn't a huge plant trap wise here is a pic of mine that I recently had that has just settled in and started putting out new growth. Bear in mind it's not fully mature yet. As you can see traps vary a lot in color some almost white some deep red exteriors.
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By Adrien
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#359387
It’s most like cause it’s grown indoors and not receiving enough light so it’s making long “leggy” growth. Also it could just be simple summer leaves.
By Propag8
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#359393
I thought that too but according to BCP it grows flat all year round. I've only had mine for about three weeks and its still recovering from shipping so only time will tell. Pics online vary massively it's crazy how different a single cultivar can look in lots of different growing conditions. I think your probably right adrien when BCP States "always ground rosette" is probably misinterpreted and means it keeps a ground rosette alongside summer leaves.
By TatOZ_2020
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#359394
The same plant today:
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By Propag8
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#359396
Awesome that's a growth explosion it looks amazing it obviously likes the conditions you give it. Are you using any artificial light?
By TatOZ_2020
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#359399
Yes, they are grown on the sun-porch. The combination of sun and artificial light
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By Propag8
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#359401
Well it's doing a great job good growing. :D
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