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    Sarracenia seedlings SASE

    Have some open pollinated seedlings from this batch for SASE. I recommend a flat rate stamp for a small box ($4.95) otherwise I cannot guarantee their arrival.
    I have enough for a few people (maybe 5 or 6? maybe more) but doubtful to have enough for all inquiries.
    Just make a post if you're interested (please no PMs) and I will try to send as many seedlings to as many growers as I can. This is not first come first serve. I'll check back in a couple days and PM my addy to as many as I can that inquired. US only plz. Thanks
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    Sarrs are my specialty, and I'd be quite honored to carry some of your fine stock in my collection!

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    Definitly like the little guys and would be interested but have two questions.
    1. What is the cross?
    2. Would you recommend they stay inside for another season or can they be allowed to go dormant in zone 7A this winter, with mulched protection
    It's a tough life being a Sarracenia farmer
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    Sorry I should have clarified. These are open pollinated seedlings ranging from common sarrs to rare cultivars.
    As for dormancy you can place these outside or keep them indoors until they get of size. Others that have received these have gone both route and had success. If you've not attempted a sarr seedling dormancy before id recommend keeping them indoors.

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    Thank you for the answers, but being open pollenated i think i will remove myself from consideration as although I'm not a species snob, I do prefer to know what is in a cross.
    best of luck with them
    It's a tough life being a Sarracenia farmer
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    if i live up to the standards id like to be inclued. thank you.

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    I would be interested in growing something unknown. Now to find a flat rate stamp of sufficient value.
    Thank you very much, have a great day.

    John
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    im new here, but would you ship to canada or would customs be an issue?
    id pay the extra money-unless its not worth it.

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