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    Hi guys, im sure most of you have seen some of my posts and know me, but im working as an intern for a botanic garden operated by the New England wild flower society and i was wondering if any of you have a good sized Sarracenia rosea ssp. alabamensis that you could generously donate to the garden, so that they can plant it in there bog garden for everyone to see this beatiful, endangered pitcher plant (I have not yet notified my employers that i am appealing to you for this plant) as the garden does not have an endagered pitcher plant species yet. If this is not posssible, then fine, but please do not flame me for pages and pages.

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    Jonathan William Mungeam
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    i believe your talking about S. rubra ssp alabamensis
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    ya, sry, i often get rubra and rosea mixed up, thanks for the correction

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    Anyone? Please its for a good cause.

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    I don't have one to give, but the ICPS had seed last time I checked.

    Hey it's a start

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    I have some sprouts from ICPS seeds, but typically you want 4-6 true leaves before transplanting seedlings so it will be a while, like the end of the growing season - oct-nov.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Not a Number View Post
    I have some sprouts from ICPS seeds, but typically you want 4-6 true leaves before transplanting seedlings so it will be a while, like the end of the growing season - oct-nov.
    wow... mine must just grow really fast. i have mixed hybrids started last december on their 10th pitcher. my Flava have 5-6 .
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    Mine are 25 days old and starting their second pitcher. I'm just being conservative and making a wild guess based on the seedling I have from last year which only now is putting out it's 12th pitcher, however the last 3 are no longer protopitchers that look like S. minor. Those still haven't opened yet. Those keep growing, one has reached 2 inches already
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