Cory wrote:Got any pics Matt ?
Unfortunately I don't. I could take photos of the plants now that they're uprooted and soaking, waiting for a new home, but they aren't very photogenic right now. If they go unsold today, I'll just repot them.
DontTazeMe wrote:Isnt that essentially a justina davis?
There are a few all-green varieties in circulation, including Justina Davis, Grun, and "Green", and yes, Justina Davis is the one that's officially registered with the ICPS. But it grows much differently than "Green" from Peter. Justina Davis tends to grow long, spindly leaves during the growing season. This clone stays low to the ground all year and is always one of the first plants of the year to flower. In fact, the plant I will retain for my collection already has a fully formed flower stalk with buds that are about ready to open.
In terms of size, both Justina Davis and "Green" are average to slightly above average sized flytraps. Grun is the largest all-green variety that we grow.
Leave the meat for our pet plants