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    Quote Originally Posted by uphwiz View Post
    need to checkout my meadowview post it shows they have a very large variety of sarracenia.
    also some dews ,and are starting a collection of neps, and other things as well.
    http://www.terraforums.com/forums/sh...d.php?t=123763
    Thanks, but I meant at the bog, not meadowview!
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    Minor x Purp I actually have. Well,technically it's Minor Okee x Psitt Green.

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    Indigo should have told me, i would have met ya up here just for the hell of it :P

    anyways yes i do care and that guy is nuts not seeing the beauty in these plants

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    I'll be back around mid July next year if anyone wants to join me. It would be nice to meet some of you in person and what better place than at the sarracenia mecca which is Meadowview!

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    Given the fact that Meadoview's own site says that S. flava populations in Virginia total less than 100 plants I agree that everyone should care.

    Wetlands and bogs get such a bum rap because they're "ugly" and a "waste of land". It's too bad people don't see the natural beauty and importance of such ecosystems...
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    i care!

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    I love to see CPs in nature! If I was close I'd visit quite a bit.

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    I care.


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