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    SP Sarracenia Minor var okefenokeensis Ware Clone "F" Seeds

    Well, it's Giveaway Time!
    Up for grabs is self pollinated Sarracenia Minor var okefenokeensis Ware Clone "F" Seeds, approx 15 seeds.
    Some requirements
    1. For members with at least 40 posts
    2. You Must have germinated Sarracenia seeds or of similar genera before. I don't want to hear you tried to grow them in Miracle grow!
    3. You must be able to send a SASE
    4. Along with your name, put what your first CP was! Those Gimmee gimmee crowds are probaly skimming over this
    5. WINNER WILL BE SELECTED ON FRIDAY
    6.Good Luck!

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    1. Subrosa - Nice giveaway! VFT of course!
    Last edited by SubRosa; 10-26-2015 at 03:38 PM.
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    1. Subrosa - Nice giveaway!
    2. Zath- I'll bite, I love S. minor!


    My first (very-first, when I was a wee thing) was a VFT that we killed in approximately 3 weeks. (kept it in a shady room, poked it with pencils, and fed it dessicated crickets).

    When I got really interested in the hobby a couple years ago (what I consider the "start" of my experience) I bought, together, VFT 'Royal Red', S. rubra, and S. minor, with a D. capensis thrown into the order for free.

    (All of those plants died the following winter)

    However, as proof that I'm at least halfway competent now: https://varietalenthusiast.files.wor...-15.jpg?w=1058
    Last edited by Zath; 10-26-2015 at 03:38 PM. Reason: Subrosa ninja'd me while I was making my long-*** post, lol

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    1. Subrosa - Nice giveaway!
    2. Zath- I'll bite, I love S. minor!
    ha you posted at the same time.

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    1. Subrosa - Nice giveaway!
    2. Zath- I'll bite, I love S. minor!
    3. theplantman -- S. minor is one of my favorites! Thank you!

    I was fortunate to volunteer for a nature center for a few weeks, and the owner grew CPs for display and education. I learned the basics of care by watering and propagating them. And one day after work the guy offered me an S. flava rugelii and VFT. I dug up a photo of those plants a few months ago, and then a current photo of the flava.

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    An orchid fancier with a CP problem chibae's Avatar
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    1. Subrosa - Nice giveaway!
    2. Zath- I'll bite, I love S. minor!
    3. theplantman -- S. minor is one of my favorites! Thank you!
    4. Chibae, first cp was Drosera capensis, I've been successful growing Drosera, sarrs and neps from seed
    It's a tough life being a Sarracenia farmer
    My Grow List http://www.terraforums.com/forums/sh...d.php?t=123776

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    1. Subrosa - Nice giveaway!
    2. Zath- I'll bite, I love S. minor!
    3. theplantman -- S. minor is one of my favorites! Thank you!
    4. Chibae, first cp was Drosera capensis, I've been successful growing Drosera, sarrs and neps from seed
    5. hcarlton-technically, a Dionaea. First successful plant? Probably N. ventricosa...
    Everything has a reason, whether big or small. Never underestimate the power of what is or is not.
    There is far more to everything than meets the eye.
    Growlist

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    And the winner is Theplantman!!
    Sent you my address and send a sase

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