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Thread: Lots of types of Sarracenia divisions for temperate succulants...or CPs :)

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    Lots of types of Sarracenia divisions for temperate succulants...or CPs :)

    Hey everybody!

    I'm looking to start a succulent bed at my house and I'm in need of plants to fill it with. They need to be zone 8 hardy. I'm looking for Agave americana in particular, but all agave will be considered. Yuccas, Odd-ball hen and chicks, Delosperma, Moranense, Orostachy, Pallidum, Othonna, Reflexum, Sichotense, Sexangulare, Spurium, Stenopetalum, Tectorum, Villiosum just to name a few. I will also always consider CPs for trade (like all of us would). I'm just going to copy and paste my sarracenia section of my growlist. I have divisions of all of them. Don't count plants that are under CITES regulations, they are not for trade for obvious reasons.

    Hail Sarracenia! The kings of carnivorous plants!
    Adam

    Sarracenia
    - alata "Harrison CO, MS"
    - alata "Heavy Veins" "Stone CO, MS"
    - flava var. maxima
    - flava var. rubicorpora "Apalachicola, NF"
    - flava var. rubicorpora "Red Giant" "Apalachicola, NF"
    - flava var. ornata "Grayton CO, FL"
    - flava var. typical
    - leucophylla "burgandy"
    - leucophylla "Washington CO. AL"
    - leucophylla "Crestview, FL"
    - leucophylla "Tarnok"
    - leucophylla "Titan"
    - minor "Orange CO, FL"
    - oreophila
    - pcittacenia
    - purpurea ssp. venosa
    - rosea
    - rubra ssp. rubra
    - rubra ssp. jonesii
    - rubra ssp. gulfensis
    - rubra ssp. alabamensis
    - rubra ssp. wherry
    - rubra "anthocyanin free"
    - x catesbaei
    - x chelsonii
    - x moorei
    - x popei
    - x readii
    - x swaniana
    - "Judith Hindle"
    - "Scarlette Belle"
    - "Dana's Delight"

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    I've got an Optunia that I grow outside year round in Boston if you're interested. It's a mostly spineless variety. Might have to wait until the snow melts to get you some pads though.

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    Unfortunately I have Optunia growing wild all over my property. Mine make yellow flowers. If yours are pink or red or anything other than yellow flowers, we can work something out.

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    Nope. Just boring yellow. Sorry Adam.

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    Any specific CPs you are looking for?

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    I have a whole pile of Hen and chicks that I would love to trade some or all for some Sarracenia. That tray is roughly 18 inches square. Not sure if they are anything you would be interested in, but they have survived Oregon coast weather for about 6 years. Two separate week long freezes so far this year. Let me know.


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    @Oregoncp - The only CP that I'm putting an effort into making a trade for is S. minor var. okefenokeensis; but, I will always consider all temperate CPs. Tropicals, you pretty much have to give those to me lol

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    I have an Opuntia with orange flowers. I also collect Sedums. It's not a good time to share them is it?
    I'm interested in your:
    - alata "Harrison CO, MS"
    - alata "Heavy Veins" "Stone CO, MS"
    - flava var. rubicorpora "Apalachicola, NF"
    - flava var. rubicorpora "Red Giant" "Apalachicola, NF"
    - flava var. ornata "Grayton CO, FL"
    - leucophylla "Washington CO. AL"
    - leucophylla "Crestview, FL"
    - minor "Orange CO, FL"
    Especially
    - alata "Harrison CO, MS"
    - alata "Heavy Veins" "Stone CO, MS"

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