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    Smile Please ID these CPs (nep, drosera, sarr)

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    Please help me correctly ID the CPs because some are mislabelled. Both nepenthes were labelled as Alatas so maybe the labels on the other plants might also be wrong. And if possible please include care tips hehe. I hope these will survive the climate here in the Philippines. Thanks

    Nepenthes Hookeriana?


    Nepenthes Sanguinea?


    Drosera Aliciae?


    Drosera Capensis 1


    Drosera Capensis 2


    Sarracenia 1


    Sarracenia 2


    Sarracenia 3


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    Sarrs:

    1) Probably cv. 'Judith Hindle'

    2) looks like flava x purp

    3) x wrigleana likely the 'Scarlet Belle' cultivar as IIRC that is the only wrig that was put in to TC

    Everything else looks correct
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    D. aliciae and D. capensis are correct. Sarracenias 2 is S. purpurea. Sarracenia 3 might be S. Scarlette Belle.

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    Drosera Capensis 1 = Drosera capensis.
    Drosera Capensis 2 = Drosera capensis!

    there arent many *special* varieties of D. capensis..not many cultivars.
    and if you dont know if you have one or not, then you dont..
    so they are just plain old D. capensis..nothing wrong with that though!


    Sarracenia 1 = most likely a Judith Hindle..but when you arent 100% certain of the cultivar name, if any, you should never guess and GIVE them a name! you will just have to call it a "mixed hybrid"

    Sarracenia 2 = probably some flavor of Sarracenia x catesbaei ..but again, there is no way to ever know for sure, so again it should be simply called a "mixed hybrid"

    Sarracenia 3 = Some flavor of wrigleyana..probably a 'sultry maid' or 'mardi gras' or 'Scarlet Belle'
    but again..impossible to tell with certainty..I would call it a wrigleyana, since its a very clearly that..but as for the specific cultivar..no way to know..

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    Quote Originally Posted by scottychaos View Post

    Sarracenia 3 = Some flavor of wrigleyana..probably a 'sultry maid' or 'mardi gras' or 'Scarlet Belle'
    'Sultry Maid'/'Mardi Gras' is a complex hybrid...
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    ...so i'm the only one that thinks the first capensis is the "all green" (or "white" or "green"...) and the 2end is the regular cape?! Anyway, just watch for flowers...if they are white then it's the green form.
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    I did not know there was a green form. Nice! I thought it was just light deficient at first. Its pretty cool looking. Does anyone have pics of Red and White ones? My Capensis is flowering right now big and pink. They can be selfed right?

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    I think you labeled the neps right, N. x hookeriana and N. sanguinea. And I guess all the others were labeled, so I hope this helps.

    Quote Originally Posted by S_Oregon_CP View Post
    Does anyone have pics of Red and White ones? My Capensis is flowering right now big and pink. They can be selfed right?
    I can get a picture of my capensis 'red', but it looks like it's dying because of the cold. Not even D. capensis can withstand the cold! :O I believe all forms are self-fertile.
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