So I'm looking for folks growing (flowering size) S. minor and, particularly, the giant-form S. minor from Okeefenokee (sp?) Swamp in FL. I have one of each myself and they're probably my favorite purebred species of Sarracenia, but I've always been disappointed at how slowly they grow in cooler climates. I'd like to set up some pollen trading and work on some Okee F2 crosses (Okee x Okee) and also some Okee x typical forms to look for plants that are more tolerant of cold and late winters. This is, of course, a long-term project, but I think there's a reasonable chance that in three or four generations I could come up with a cold-hardy giant-form S. minor. So figuring that, with several growers working on it we shouldn't have any trouble arriving at one or more desirable cultivars. Thoughts? I'm not the most informed about location-specific varieties and the like, so anybody who knows of good candidate S. minor plants should chime in. For that matter, this may have already been done, so if that's the case feel free to tell me. I'll be doing research when I have the time, but at the moment I'm anticipating finals.