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    1) Yes
    a) Yes, about a dozen S. orephila "sand mountain" that I grew from seed
    b) Nope
    c) nope

    2) Nope, just the S. oreophila seedlings

    3) 6 years

    4) roughly 35 individual plants.
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    S. oreophila is definitely one of my favorite Sarracenia, and I have pride in the fact that I grow several endangered Sarracenia species. This clone appears to have much more red than my current S. oreophila clone, and I would love to diversify with a different clone!

    1) I currently have all 3 plants in my collection.

    2) See answer 1

    3) 4 years

    4) Never counted individual plants, but guessing roughly 30-35,
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    1) I have one S. oreophila "Sand Mountain".

    2) N/A

    3) 2 years.

    4) I have 15 plants.
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    I would be honored to be considered for this gift: i have answered the questions below in bold red


    1) Currently, do you have any of these Sarracenia and/or any of their forms, varieties, or cultivars in your CP collection?
    a) S. oreophila
    b) S. alabamensis subsp. alabamensis (S. rubra subsp. alabamensis)
    c) S. jonesii (S. rubra subsp. jonesii) yes
    2) If no, have you ever grown any of the above Sarracenia in the past?

    3) How long have you grown Sarracenia for? since 2003
    4) How many Sarracenia do you currently have in your collection? 18 plants of 14 different varities, I still have a large clump of S. purpurea from the first Sarracenia I ever bought

    I agree with some of the previous posters,part of this gift needs to be passed on to others as well. and I would be happy to do so
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    Excellent giveaway and thanks for sharing the love on an endangered species!

    Other than that, I have nothing to contribute - I need to concentrate on raising my Sarracenia oreophila seedlings to maturity before I enter into a giveaway like this.
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    Greetings!

    1) I don't have any of these three...

    2) No, I haven't grown any of these yet...

    3) About 2 years now...

    4) I currently have 12 Sarracenia plants, comprising clones from four different species (purpurea, rosea, leucophylla and psittacina)...

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    1) Currently I do not have any endangered species

    2) no I have not

    3) i have grown my current few for about 2 or 3 years now

    4) I currently am the proud mother of 3 sarrs and hopefully will order some more this spring

    Thanks for this wonderfull offer and congrats to who ever gets this amazing plant Good luck

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    A recipiant has been selected and notified via PM. This offer is now closed.

    Thank you all for participating.
    -Joel from Southern California


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