My Cobras are forming at the moment the first tubes. Now I purchased last year in Chester some cobras to have some other clones and for my new bog. Until know I always had about the same size in my cobra heads (compared to the tube size). I remember to have seen once many years ago in the botanical Garden of Zurich some impressive Darlingtonias with the head size of a small fist.
Now to my surprise, one plant I purchased last year in Chester is doing so almost as well, whereas the heads of last year from the same plant look not different in size compared to the tube size. But as usually, the first 2 tubes are bigger than last year as well.
I had also a plant for many years which had longer tubes but even though smaller heads than I observed on this particular plant from Chester. They are standing all in the same corner and the same conditions so it should not be because of other climate or substrate.
The plant looks just great and I'm very happy with it!
Has anybody made observations, that some clones are different in regards of head sizes?
Edited by chimanta, 14 May 2012 - 19:11 PM.