JimScott, have you had any problems with the LFS as a top cover? I used this method this growing season and I've had to go through and remove every piece of it as it has literally choked out some of my Sarr rhizomes and seems to harbor lots of fungal spores. So far I've lost an S. alabamensis and S. leuco, S. leuco 'Tarnok' due to the LFS
Cool, very nice!! The S. purpurea ssp purpurea var burkii seems mislabeled, you can either call it S. rosea or S. purpurea ssp venosa var burkii. Very nice plants indeed!
<Heli> How are you guys losing your hamatas?
<Brokken> Heli: The hamburglar.
Mislabeled? LOL! The labels came with the individual plants.
LFS seems to work very well for my plants, particularly North American temperate plants.
What type is the pic below the purpurea ssp venosa var burkii aka rosea aka the pretty purp.
Looking good!! Rob has an awesome collection of Sarrs....and the skill and facility to grow them well!!
I like the bottom of the first picture that has leucophylla... what is it?
Was that a NE hybrid? Or was it fledgling? I obtained fledgling from Jacob Farin at ***************. I suspect its a triffid park hybrid Here's a photo from Jacob Farin from 2006:
and it can actually be found on triffid's website:
"Sarracenia x wrigleyana x leucophylla $Aus 10 = Fledgling - Page 95 'Gardening with Carnivores'"
yes. i want fledging so bad. i just forgot it's name