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

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    Seeds Developing!

    Brokken,

    Here's an interesting example, of how some kids look like one parent,
    while their siblings may look like the other parent!

    Many of the seedlings are beginning to resemble their Flava Mother!:


    While a few of their siblings from the same batch are looking like their Purpurea Montana Father!


    Or is that reversed, Flava Father, & Montana Mother!
    ummm, Does this make them Sarracenia Sisters?

    Well, kidding around aside, it is interesting the broad range of how their traits are showing.
    Thanks again Brokken! It has been an interesting cross to watch develop.
    It should be interesting to see them at maturity, to observe how they have genetically distributed and expressed their traits. That's the great thing about getting and growing seed!

    GrowinOld
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    But then, common sense isn't so common anymore, is it.


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    If you have any of these left I would like to try some. I have been growing sarras for approximately 7 + years

    Ty
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    same here if any left i would like to try some i have been growing Sarracenia for over a year and none of my Sarracenia have died i even have my first Sarracenia and here is all of the Sarracenia i am growing.

    S. alata
    S. leucophylla
    S. flava
    S. minor
    S. purpurea subsp. venosa
    S. 'Judiith Hindle'
    S. psittacina
    S. rubra subsp. wherryi

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    Half of those i have grown from seed.

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    For grins and chuckles, here's my seedlings:


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    Hi Paul,

    They look awesome! a piece of the biggest, most beautiful child!
    "There is no pain as great as being alive,
    no burden heavier than that of conscious life. "
    -Rubén Darío-

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    I had super extra mold problems this year, for whatever reason...but despite that...getting dug up by squirrels...and rained on...I got germination.
    I'll take pics once they develop further.

    Thank you so much

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    ME THREE!!


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    Brokken,
    Here is an update on my seedlings, seeing as we are nearing the one year mark (If I remember correctly).
    Here is the current situation:

    A bit overgrown with Sphagnum, but indeed the plants are coming along nicely!

    If you are needing/wanting a sample for any reason, do let me know. It is only right to offer you first choice!
    I may be relocating them again soon, to assist their confusion & growth! Perhaps once they mature a bit more (another season or two perhaps), I will then consider spreading them around. But until then, I am hoping to see a bit more "definition" to their commonalities as well as their differences & individuality.
    They have been an interesting mix to grow from seed, and I thank you again for the opportunity.

    GrowinOld
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    But then, common sense isn't so common anymore, is it.


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