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    Georgia CP trip

    On the way back to the house currently from what was a great trip to see some CPs in the wild, these I found on my own and I will not disclose the exact location.
    I will post photos when I return, but the sarracenia minors I saw were huge. Outstanding plants, along with several thousand d. Rotundifolia, and some u. Inflata.
    I saw one plant which I believed to be a hybrid between psittacina and minor, but no psittacina around.
    The plants were very very large, usually in clumps....I will post photos once I get back to the house in WA more than likely as the internet connection here is crap hahaha.

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    a sneak peak of some of the photos
    this was the first good sized clump i came upon

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    What part of Florida? What kind of habitat did you visit? And most importantly, did you see any Pinguicula?
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    i hate you so much sometimes SK! lucky SOB!
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    awsome! Those sarrs are fantastic! That's pretty sweet, I gotta do that some time... some time in my life..

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    Hi SK,
    You mean D. capillaris, right? I do not "think" D. rotundifolia is supposed to be in Florida(but Dionaea is not either, lol, and it's there).
    Can't wait to see the photos!

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    Well the site I was reading up on, said that this area was rotundifolia. I will post a pic in a bit for you

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    the only S. minor that hadnt gone through petal drop


    one of the pitchers, definitely not the largest one i saw that day....but it was nice

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