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Thread: Free Sarracenia: Enormous variety

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    All set.

    I spent an hour last night cleaning them up and readying for shipment... made a dent. I will need many more hours to finish. I will post a pic when they are all done to be shipped this weekend

    I will PM you individually for Shipping and Paypal.

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    Special thanks to Nevermore and Dnieter.
    Best of luck with the surgery and the move to arizona.

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    thank you so much and yes, have a swift and successful recovery

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    Storage methods...OK.
    I cut off the leaves and pots on all the Sarracenia EXCEPT PURPS!!! Remove the rhizomes and lightly "shake off" excess sphagnum. Thoroughly spray with fungicide. Place in a SEALED baggie with some live sphagnum and enough distilled water so it's "dampish" and perhaps only a little water is pooled at the bottom of the bag. Place in refrigerator. Typically I do this ~ Thanksgiving (living in Toledo, Ohio area). The plants will let you know when they want to be "brought out" in the spring! They will start to send out new shoots and flower buds in the bags. Typically this was sometime in March. The plants promptly start growing in the spring with the oreophs leading the pack.
    It took years to realize that the purps do NOT appreciate having their pots cut off. These guys I cut off dead or brownish pots, EMPTY THE WATER AND BUGS IN ALL THE POTS, and then treat as I would any of the others as described above.
    This has worked for me for decades.
    Don

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    Thanks don.. I'm in Cleveland and struggle with our ruthless winters. .. good luck with the hip....

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    I have on person how has fallen off the map. So if I don't hear back by tonight.... I will offer the plants to someone else.

    So if anyone wants to be on the waiting list ... Just add your name
    Last edited by Nevermore; 12-06-2014 at 09:47 AM.

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    Waiting list? Okay. I am in.

    1) CorneliusSchrute... Thanks!
    Corey Bennett

    My cultivated vegetation, carnivorous and otherwise...

    Formerly cbennett4041

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    20 planturd thanks

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