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The longest i have ever seen...The body is around a foot in length.

When i was a kid, a lumberjack living on the mountain used to bring mom some of this tropical plant but they were small only about a fourth of this. We grew them, but after some time the pitcher became so small and the plant died.

The difference in size of the pitcher could have been due to the difference in altitude, high up the mountains they had better environment, closer to the mist of the clouds compared to what is at the lowland.

Cloud Forest, Singapore
July 27, 2018


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Maybe they need special care techniques Lj...


This is such a fascinating plant. I can't imagine growing it at home. That must have been fun (when they didn't die).


Welcome Marina...Glad to share.


In our hometown too Jan, but recently already in nurseries and gardens around the Metro. Welcome and hugs.


Would love to see what you have there Beachpuzzle. Welcome.


Amazing plant! I've seen it in documentaries only. The info is very interesting too. TFS. Marina.


These grow wild in the tropical north of Queensland Lunie, thanks and hugs to you and to Didi.

Different species from the ones we have here. Thanks. Nice to see.


And unusually huge Jacki. They well thrive at high altitudes in the tropics. You are welcome.


I have seen quite lots of them, all different, Surfer.


It is an unusual shape compared to the ones I have seen pictures of. We have nothing like the pitcher plant so far north. Beautiful combination of colors. Thank you and Didi.


Did not know it came in more shapes and colors until l googled it, lovely, appreciate knowing about this plant Dil.


Looks to be a very healthy plant, Lunie, Thanks.


I was amazed of this too Ardy. Since it was hanging high up, i have to ask Didi to take this shot as he was closer to it. Really big... Welcome.


That is a lovely large one, Lunie. I have seen them only in terrariums. Thank you & Didi.


Welcome porgy.


What a beauty, thank you Dil!


For @monicapocincnet . This is what i told you yesterday.