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    Thumbs up SUCCESS!!

    alright! i got successful Sarracenia germination! may not sound very big but they are quite lucky. they have been attacked by the dreaded mold!! this is also my very first germination of a CP requireing stratification.
    Heres a list of so far germinated:
    S. flava var rubricorpora-Liberty County, FL(close to 5 seedlings!)
    Unknown hybrid(7 so far)
    S. Flava var. Autropurpurea-- Miramar Beach, FL(1 seedling)

    id like to thank Brooks Garcia for supplying me with(almost) all of my seed.
    ill get pics up later.
    Alex
    Last edited by glider14; 02-01-2007 at 03:22 PM. Reason: switch in names
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    Congrats!

    Well I'm glad to hear that they germinated, and yes I do agree that the seeds that require stratification are very susceptable to the dreded MOLD!

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    Congrads Alex

    they will be itty bitty babies for a bit

    cheers'
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    S. flava var rubricorpora?!!

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    Google it.

    I'm not sure, but I think that that is the heavily veined variety that tends to be very red.

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    Brooks gave me an S. Flava Rubricorpora from Liberty Co. last year and the pitchers were only about 8" tall but man were they RED!!! You have some great seedlings there! Good Luck!

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    i can alredy tell they are darker in color then the other 2. its almost startling!!
    Alex
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