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    Well the s. flava var. atropurpurea I have have been sitting in the same tub 2 years without a hint of red. tired of waiting, I mixed a batch of tannic tea (Rob Saciloto's recipe) and started watering. 3 weeks worth, in spite of our rain! They have leaves now at 18 inches and threatening to open any day now. I just went out to fawn over my babies, and I see the red tint of atropurp starting! Hopefully this year i will finally see my babies in full splendor! Pics will be forthcoming if they decide to go through with this color tinting! Tannic tea seems to work just fine!
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    What exactly is tannic tea, and what is it for?

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    Ben, When you make a new thread to post a new post, there are 3 topics at the top of the page shaded in gray. These are pinned topics for people to read that contain pics or information for folks to read; pics to drool over, and articles of importance. One of the pinned topics is about sarracenia losing their red color. How to get that color back is a part of this topic that is pinned at the top of the page. Take a look.
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    Oh, ok. Got it.

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