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    what is this sarracenia?

    I got it free when it was about an inch tall and only 2 pitchers and now look at it. What would this be?




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    looks like some type of rubra...or rubra hybrid.
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    I was looking at a place and it kinda looks like their pic of Sarracenia rubra ssp. wherryi
    matches up with it.

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    possible an alata red lid
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    Sarracenia rosea?...don't be ridiculous!

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    Hum, one of the pitchers looks as if it may be a hybrid with Rubra and Purpurea... but I don't know. I'd probably go with rubra ssp. wherryi.
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    Sarracenia rubra ssp. wherryi. Or some hybrid OF it.

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    Definitely has rubra wheryii or alata in it. Could even be a hybrid of the two.

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