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Thread: Icps s. alabamensis al002, al003

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    I hope to hybridize mine (whatever site it was originally from) with maybe S. oreo or the rubra jonesii

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    Kirkmartin, is this growing area out of doors? If you would be so kind to enlighten me on how you constructed this?

    Thanks!

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    My dormancy area I call my airlock. My basement has an insulated door with steps going up to an outside door (wood door with 1/2 glass pane).
    On one side of the concrete steps is a flat 3'x12' concrete pad (attaches to my foundation). I place all my Sarrs. Darlingtonia, Dionea and temperate Drosera in their trays there.

    Normally temps are quite stable but had a problem with the insulation on the outside door last year which allowed in way too much cold air. I've used alot of Thermax extruded polyisocyranate (spelling)insulation board to keep it warmer and it seems to be working much better. The test is February obviously. So no most plants I grow outdoors on my deck in the summer but winter they are sheltered indoors too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by [b
    Quote[/b] (neprick @ Jan. 05 2005,12:50)]Not to worry, it has only been about year since they were disbursed. I believe this coming spring and early summer, there will be an ample supply to share again.

    Course we do need to understand the rules for shipping, and passing on ownership across state lines. I remember Barry sending something about that. I will do some research and post to this string.

    Hummmm?
    Went back a few and copied this from another discusion.

    Quote Originally Posted by [b
    Quote[/b] (Aug. 09 2003 @ 6:28)]According to the info I recieved with my plants "....You may not sell your plant or engage in barter/trade with your plant with another person in another state. However, plants may be sent across state lines (only as a gift) and you may sell plants within your state. These restrictions apply even to plants produced via seed or division. Seeds from your plants may be donated to the ICPS seed bank."
    ---Steve Allinger---

    How come chicken fingers are bigger than buffalo wings?

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    Oh...If any one has any of these they could spare I am lacking in alabamensis
    altogether. Oops, duh, forgot that I can not trade for these.
    I am just like a Super Hero, but without the power or motivation.................and the funky suit.

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    Sorry, the rarest sarracenia i have is a leucophylla 'tarnok'.
    Update: Parents convinced to allow me to keep greenhouse heated over winter. Most species will not be lost. Too lazy to update growlist.

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