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    Will this possible for sarracenia?

    will it be possible for a sarracenia to be appear as variegerated?

    sorry for any mistake i cause, good day

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    Sure looks like Sarrecenias in the process of germination.

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    did you see a pure white seedling situated in the middle of the picture?

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    My thoughts....
    It appears further along in development then all the other seeds that are germinating... so it might not be a sarr seedling.

    If it a sarr seedling, not seeing any green from chlorophyll concerns me that it will not survive because it will not be able to photosynthesize.


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    elgecko said my thoughts exactly!

    So that is 2 votes for what he said!
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    Looks like the seeds were slightly buried and the new growth has recently emerged from the soil a little pale. My guess is it will green up... either that or burn up and die.

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    but strangely, there still have somemore which have pure white cotyledom, perhaps they will die due to lack of chrophyll....have we see any variegerated sarracenia before?

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    I'm not sure that it would be possible to determine variegation from the cotyledons since they are technically part of the embryo which would not show the variegation. That does not look like a Sarracenia cotyledon to me, but it could be. If it remains pure white, it's lacking chlorophyll and will consequently die.
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