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  1. On the contrary from all others "Giant" clones I have really fun with this miniature growing Cephalotus. The adult pitchers rarely exceed 0.8 - 1.3cm (without the lid).
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  2. Found this site, simply type in the name, hit the find button, you will be taken to a page with a short summary and also clickable buttons to other info including a UK outline map showing very roughly where it has been located..excellent site although some links appear, sadly, incomplete. http://www.brc.ac.uk/plantatlas/ Also if you visit http://www.bioimages.org.uk/ and type in the latin name in the sponsored search box you will be redirected to a link that gives you a list of Lattitude & Longitude locations where pictures of plants were taken, using Google Earth I have tried e
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  3. When mine were still seedlings/small I'd get up to 3 petioles at a time on each and no dormant period. Then the other year they went into dormancy and only have one petiole when active. At the moment one has just opened out and the other is in the early stages of leaf growth. The leaf cuttings aren't doing much other than just being leaf cuttings. They do have small tubers though. I bought a bulbifer a few years back. Now I have hundreds of them. Or, HAD hundreds of them. End of last season I started pulling them out and throwing them onto the fire heap. A lot will have evaded me but at leas
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