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Thread: 104+ packs of ~50 Sarr seeds.... received notes and updates here!

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    I assume these can't be sent north of the border, eh?
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    Got mine in a couple days ago but my net connection was on the fritz.

    Thanks again!

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    Got my seeds last night ans sowed them! thank you!

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    With the LFS I use, I get all kinds of weeds growing out of it. I used the LFS to stratify these sarr seeds, and I just looked at my pots since I sowed them maybe a week ago, and I see all these weeds. I started plucking them with tweezers before I thought "you know what, I've never seen germinating sarrs, I should make sure these aren't sarrs," even though they look like the weeds I've been used to.

    They seem too tall to be sarr seedlings. Can you tell from this pic? If not, I can take better ones with a different camera.



    The weeds I'm used get such long roots, and I'm worried for my sarr seedlings if these weeds take over.

    EDIT: I just remembered that my VFTs and sundews that grew from seed had part of the seed growing out on the end of the green. These don't have that, so these probably aren't growing from seeds, which means these probably aren't sarrs. So that's good, except I have a weed problem.

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    Hello! I looked through my pictures and found this one of some older Sarrs and some recently sprouted ones. I may have a side view of recently sprouted ones somewhere as well if needed. Hope it helps!
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    Thanks. These are definitely weeds. I also just noticed mold growing across the soil surface of some of my sundew seedlings. Oh boy.
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    So, any updates from anyone regarding their plants? Here's mine: i had a ton of these sprout over the winter. they were kept in the greenhouse at my wife's place of employment. she had put some college students in charge of keeping them watered. they failed. well, partially. as of now, I have about 6-7 seedlings that for whatever reason are still growing a little slow, only 1-2 inch leaves. However, I can see some characteristics starting to show on a few of them. One is definitely showing S. minor-like spots along the back of the pitchers. 2 of them are showing some psitt-hybrid-looking pitchers. Another is looking like it might have brilliant red pitchers - time will tell. I tried taking pics, but I have yet to figure out how to take good close-ups with my camera. I'll have to wait till probably next spring to get some photographable pitchers.

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