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    I've been growing Brocchinia reducta outside all summer and it's been loving it.
    Brocchinia reducta
    Pups.
    Brocchinia reducta

    Drosera falconeri
    Drosera falconeri

    Drosera paradoxa - 'Small form Metallic Orange Flower'
    Drosera paradoxa - Small Form Metallic Orange Flower

    Few VFT's from the bog.
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    Photobucket
    Photobucket

    Utricularia reniformis 'Big Sister' First leaf.
    Utricularia reniformis 'Big Sister'

    Utricularia reniformis 'Enfant Terrible'
    Utricularia reniformis 'Enfant Terrible'

    Sarracenia alata
    Sarracenia  alata
    Sarracenia  alata

    Sarracenia flava X alata 'Black and Red'
    Sarracenia flava X alata 'Black and Red'

    Sarracenia X 'Love Bug'
    Sarracenia X 'Love Bug'

    Sarracenia X 'Dana's Delight'
    Sarracenia X'Dana's Delight'

    Sarracenia rubra jonesii
    Sarracenia  rubra jonesii

    Sarracenia (rubra X oreophila) X (oreophila X flava)
    Sarracenia (flava X oreophila) X (oreophila X rubra)

    Sarracenia leucophylla viridescens
    Sarracenia leucophylla viridecsens

    Sarracenia X 'Scarlet Belle'
    Sarracenia X 'Scarlet Belle'

    Sarracenia X 'Adrian Slack' with a late, end of season pitcher.
    Sarracenia X 'Adrian Slack'
    Sarracenia X 'Adrian Slack'

    Sarracenia X 'Reptilian Rose'
    Sarracenia X 'Reptilian Rose'
    Sarracenia X 'Reptilian Rose'
    Sarracenia X 'Reptilian Rose'

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    It speaks to S. 'Adrian Slack's iconic beauty that it is still the poster boy for the genus, after all these years! (Surely 'Leah Wilkerson' is the "poster girl"?) And just think of all the Venus Flytraps in cultivation now. I'm sure they outnumber the plants still in the wild.

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    You're going to want to use a MUCH larger pot for that Big Sister. The rhizome spreads like nothing I've ever seen before. And repotting/dividing most definitely sets the plant back in growth. Mine is just now starting to grow again from the divisions.

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    I've moved some things around since that pic was taken. It's now in a much bigger pot with more appropriate media.

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    I'm liking that pointy lidded alata.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wire Man View Post
    I'm liking that pointy lidded alata.
    That's actually just a combination of camera angle and the fact that they are newly opened pitchers. They look like completely normal alata in person. Too bad too....that picture does make them look really neat.

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    I've seen some that do look like that when mature. S. alata is really, really variable and I confuse it with rubra sometimes....

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    What's the more appropriate media of choice? I went with a sandy peat (plus orchid bark and charcoal) bog with a lower layer of water.
    Back when I first set it up:


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