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Thread: Free to experienced grower: Sarracenia x catesbaei: Montana x rubicorpora

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    I'm interested also, I've had luck this year with stratification ,and germinating sarrs, and have several of adendarn's open polinated sarrs. growing nicely.
    Though I'm not sure I've got much you would want, just checkout my grow list , if you like .
    Thanks for the consideration at any rate, I'm sure it will be hard to let go of your babies.

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    I'll toss my name into the hat as well. Been having great luck with all my sarrs. Especially since I built the new bog garden to put them all in. They would be able to stratify naturally (lucky me, I live in NC!) As long as I keep stuff in pots bigger than 3-4" over winter I can't go wrong, learned the hard way with some venus flytraps.

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    we have perfect climate here in oz all year round.i grow all my varieties outdoors all year with the plants going dormant for a good period without having to move or touch them.would be appreciated if i could have a shot at some seed thanks

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    I am so interested ... I have successfully grown S. oreophila (to flowering size) , S. rubra ssp. jonesii, S. purpurea hetrophyllia and innumerable hybrids all from seed ... I would love to give this one a go.

    Oh yeah .. did I mention I am a girl :-)
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    i'd be happy to take a few off your hands, if you so decide.

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    Oh yeah .. did I mention I am a girl :-)
    LOL! We don't think of you as a girl...

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    would be keen to try some here in aus.we have the perfect outdoor growing weather here.i grow many sarras and all spend their time outdoors all year round.we have cool winters so the plants get enough dormancy as required.nearly all my sarras are seed grown.it would be good to give some of your intersting seed a go down under.cheers

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    Sign me up! I've grown S. rubra and Darlingtonia from seed to flowering-size, and have some of my own crosses that aren't quite that far along yet. I've been meaning to experiment with the artificial lighting method for seedlings, so something squat like a catesbaei would be perfect. Thanks for the offer!
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    Livin' like a bug ain't easy / Livin' like a bug ain't easy... o//~

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