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    Quote Originally Posted by [b
    Quote[/b] (Glenn @ Feb. 28 2006,1:06)]Nice flower.

    How do you get your pictures to post? I am using the same site but can't get them to work to save my life! Sorry for going off topic.

    Glenn

    Example to follow.

    Is that N. miranda?

    I have one I made from a cutting, that despite being new, is producing only upper pitchers, and they look pretty much like that.
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    It was not labeled when I bought it but I am 99.99% certain it is Miranda. Mine has produced a basel shoot and is now producing lower pitchers as well as uppers.

    Glenn

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    Quote Originally Posted by [b
    Quote[/b] (SarraceniaScott @ Feb. 26 2006,1:10)]
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    Quote[/b] (glider14 @ Feb. 24 2006,9:27)]i think i have to say sarr flowers are one of the prettiest out there!!! i have a question can you tell just by looking at it how old the plant it? and this was my question that wasnt answered in the previous topic...do you think it is possible to grow sarrs outside in zone 6 with mulching in the winter?
    I know people who grow S. alata and S. leucophylla in Canada all year round, so, yes.

    I'd start with S. purpurea ssp purpurea if you're in a northern clime, and add more if you're successful with those.
    thanks scott
    i had a "judith hindle" from target and i didnt want to kill it (i ended up killing it anyways). but thats just way eaiser to do thanks!
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