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    Hey Wes! STUNNING!!!

    My division is still a baby compared to yours, next year it should have some larger pitchers and will probably look just like that! I did get that division from you :-) The tallest pitcher is about 7 or 8 inches only in my picture of red blush. Next year should be better. The hood formation looks similar though! I'll be sure to post a picture of it next season :-)

    Alexis: re Starry Night, most all of my pitchers on that plant look just that - the side view of the pitchers from earlier this year look stocky and thick at the top. A new crop of pitchers is forming... and once open i'll take a few photos of that as well for comparison. This is my first full season with this one as I received it in fall of last year. looks more excellens-ish to me though, I love the large areoles on it. My growing conditions are greenhouse (i live on a mountain with high winds and racoons, next to a state park, so I get lots of deer, skunks, an occasional hippo or two, LOL )


    Ilbasso: Oh, just here and there :-)

    Thanks for the kind words everyone!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Alexis View Post
    Your 'Starry Night' looks like it's got some minor/psittacina in it. Is this only apparent in the spring pitchers?
    I believe that Rob is right, I think the parentage is Leuco x Minor.
    I don't want EVERY Sarracenia, just everyone that I see!!
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    Wow, your Sarrs never cease to amaze me!
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    I believe that Rob is right, I think the parentage is Leuco x Minor.
    Ah, I thought it was a readii for some reason.

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    Great looking Sarracenia!
    Max

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