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    Lastest Sarr. Flower?

    What is the latest time you have had Sarracenia throw up a flower stock? I just noticed 3 different plants putting up flowers this morning. Two (alata x oreo, and a alata) of the three I have had for two years and the other (flava) I got this spring. The plant I got in early spring already put up flowers that I clipped off around april.

    Just wanted to see if this seem late to anyone else.?

    I will take photos later today.
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    yeah, it's not that uncommon to see flowers pop up again in late summer. not sure if anyone has ever figured out the reason, but there are a few theories floating around. enjoy them, but i'd probably clip them off once they're finished, i.e. don't let them go to seed.

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    I've had one in October! I actually pollinated it with some pollen I had in the fridge and it set seed the following spring. I stratified it in the fridge and am now the proud father of some three year old purpurea sss. purpurea x mitchelliana hybrids.

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    I've got one doing that now. I figure that it would abort, soon, but ya never know.

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