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Date of issue: 13 August 2013
Designer: Jo Mure, Australia Post Design Studio
Printer: RA Print (McKellar Renown)

Plant: Cephalotus follicularis

Family: Cephalotaceae

Albany Pitcher Plant

Rosetted insectivorous plant with both light green, simple, leaves and uniquely
modified pitchers designed to trap insects. Bears green flowers on erect spike to 40 cm.
Distribution: South-west of Western Australia.
Propagation By division of rhizome or leaf cutting.
Cultivation Grows best in pot in peaty mix. Stand in saucer of water in semi-shade.
Looks well in terrarium with other insectivorous plants.


 


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