- Product Review (submitted on March 16, 2012):
Trichterfalle is a smaller cultivar that distinguishes itself primarily by its 2 contrasting varieties of traps. The more familiar trap form is still unusual in itself, as one side is most often fused, lending itself a cup shape (though nowhere as extreme as the unreleated cupped trap cultivar). The more famed of the plant's trap duo, the "funnel traps" are much smaller, growing on tall petioles, resembling something akin to a clawed catchers mitt. Celia on the funnel traps are most often red or pink in contrast to the bright green/yellow color of petioles and trap exteriors. Non-funnel trap interiors on some of my specimens can boast a stunning orange.
Truly Unique, Truly Bizarre, Truly Trichterfalle!