I had posted to the CP list serve about this, but received no responses. Here goes: during Rita, some sort of mammal pulled a tray of my CPs down and used the soil and chewed up rhizomes (hope they give him a headache!) to make a bed to weather the storm. Since the park where I work AND the greenhouse were unattended from Thursday through Tuesday, the damage was not found for almost a week. I have tried to get the plants from that tray to survive, but most were chewed up beyond surviving. PArticularly important to me were my sole plants of:
1) Sarracenia p. purpurea variety heterophylla, and
2) Sarracenia p. venosa variety luteola
BOTH of these are anthocyanin-free (all green), and were some of my more highly revered plants.
I'll gladly trade from my growlist (Houstonherp's Growlist on the growlist forum), and have several ANTHOCYANIN-FREE flowering sized S. rubra gulfensis to trade, as well as many of the others listed.n I have made some cuttings of N. x hookeriana that seem to be establishing well, and would trade these too.
I have a FREE carnivorous plant program coming up October 23 at the park where I work, and would dearly love to have these represented again before then. Please e-mail or PM me if you can help.