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    S. x gilpini (Winner Est $15)

    Up for auction is a mature clump of Sarracenia x gilpini. The key word is clump...there are a lot of growing points and one flower stalk.

    Winner to pay $5 shipping.

    Bidding starts at $1

    Happy bidding!

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    Please change the title of the thread to S. x gilpini. Thanks!

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    That good? Let me know if you'd like it changed.

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    $12?
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    $15 Though I'm not too familiar with this hybrid. Any information on it would be appreciated.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Est View Post
    $15 Though I'm not too familiar with this hybrid. Any information on it would be appreciated.
    Gilpini is a hybrid between psittacina and rubra (I'm not sure which rubra subspecies was used...but based on the small size of this clone I would guess rubra rubra). It is a small, compact grower with pitchers with a hooked beak like psittacina, but pitchers are at a 45 degree angle similar to wrigleyana (like S. x Scarlet Belle). This gilpini clone is smaller than Scarlet Belle. It grows in tight clumps like psittacina, so I usually try to break the clump into two when dividing rather than separate out each growing point like you can do with other Sarrs. Definitely unique and not a common one!

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    Item has arrived. Thanks again!
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