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    Need help identifying these plants

    Hello growers, need help identifying these plants as they had no labels when bought.




    Your views will be appreciated. Many thanks.

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    Your photo links dont work..here are links to the pics:

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/66783498@N07/6080854246/

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/66783498@N07/6080858950/

    2nd photo, the Sarracenia, there is no way to tell yet..few of the pitchers are fully open, and the ones that are open are quite small and "immature"..so there is no way to even make a guess yet..have to give it more time..also, it needs a LOT more light..it should be outdoors, in full sun..

    Scot

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    The sarr is outside but its cloudy out. All my plants are kept outside in natural sunlight in a mini greenhouse, but lately its been very cloudy with heavy downpours. Thanks for trying to ID.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bri1976 View Post
    The sarr is outside but its cloudy out. All my plants are kept outside in natural sunlight in a mini greenhouse, but lately its been very cloudy with heavy downpours. Thanks for trying to ID.
    Like this?
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    I would reccommend getting everything out, as mine has been knocked over 3 times by the wind, and on top of that, if it gets too hot the plants can fry... both are personal experiences.
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    The sarracenia looks like a small faded rubra- or possibly a flava. like Scottychaos said, let it mature a little more and you will find out for sure. your nepenthes looks like a large ventricosa.
    "Be quiet! The plants will hear y... noooooo!" 'chomp - burp!'

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    Thank you for your replys. My plants seem to be ok at moment. On hot sunny days i open greenhouse to make sure they can't get too hot in there, and a fresh circulation of air can flow around the plants, when its extra warm the plants are taken from gh and placed on garden table in semi shade, so they can't cook in gh.
    As for plants blowing over, i seem to have been lucky sofar. I have secured the base of gh with tent pegs. The winter mouths will be the test for winds as this can somtimes be a problem, but the gh has been tucked up against our house and hedge. Fingers crossed. Thanks for the heads up though.

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