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    Yeah....And call it S. 'Bugweed the Super Stud'
    I think that name might fail the truth in advertizing laws.
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    Youse guys iz hartliss!!!!!! Trent, you cut me to the core!!!!!!!!!!!!
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    GREAT photos! I LOVE sarrs!!!!

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    Now that's what a call a S. x ahlesii! I guess it's not a hybrid you'd expect to be anything special but that's a great form you've got there.. good growing!
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    Thanks for the comments, everyone.

    Here are some more photos of our Sarracenia, they're looking great now.

    This is S. leucophylla red #1, the pitchers smell wonderful and sweet!


    This is S. leucophylla Garcon Point 'C'


    Another S. leucophylla


    Here is a smaller pitcher of the red S. leucophylla Franklin Cnty 'B'


    A view of "S. leucophylla world" today


    The fantastic, eye catching, red pitcher in the middle of the above pic is...
    S. leucophylla Franklin Cnty 'D'


    Here is a close up of the back view


    More photos coming soon.
    Michelle and Trent
    Last edited by Joseph Clemens; 11-28-2010 at 01:58 PM. Reason: Nomenclature adjustment

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    S. leucophylla
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    Must... suppress... jealousy...

    Seriously, awesome looking plants. WHich reminds me I need to remove my own Sarras from the fridge, where they were placed for protection during a particularly deep cold snap a month ago ::curses Virginia and it's insane climate::
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    Wow, they're amazing.

    Your Franklin S. leucophylla looks like it has a red S. alata somewhere in its genes!
    Last edited by Joseph Clemens; 11-28-2010 at 02:00 PM. Reason: Nomenclature adjustment

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