This is a plant which I am enjoying at the moment. It is a 2012 seed grown S. leucophylla 'Schnells Ghost' x S. purpureassp. Burkei, f. luteola, seed from Cristian Klein. Being grown outside in the UK and with both the parents being relatively late season developers, it only starts to show vigorous growth from the end of July onwards, but when it does it is impressively large and fast. The redder pitchers are mostly last years growth with the new pitchers being green. The lip on the larger pitcher gives away one of the parents, the leucophylla seemingly contributing to the height, waviness of the lid and feint areolation. The larger pitcher is a full 110 mm across, 600 mm high and more impressive than the picture shows. I'm looking forward to seeing how it matures. The new pitchers will colour up towards the end of the season, so strangely will look more colourful next year. Sad to say this plant flowered this year and I missed it!!