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    My Sarrs (pics)

    My sarrs are doing great...

    Dana's Delight





    S. leuco


    ^the above is the first pitcher I've gotten all year from this plant... quite disappointing. It's only ever grown 1 pitcher a year in the two years I've had it... maybe it will do better next year.

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    Nice S. x 'Dana's Delight'. Hopefully the S. leuco will grow fine next year.
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    Hmm, that's very weird for S. leucophylla (at least my opinion, my S. leucophylla is very vigorous)...is it getting enough light?
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    it's getting the same amount of light as my Dana's Delight is. Maybe even more - I think at certain times in the day the Dana's Delight is partly in the shade. I got the leuco free because it wasn't growing pitchers and nobody would buy it, the guy just wanted it gone. That was spring of last year...

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    Very nice plants!

    I don't find that too unusual for S. leuco; every one I've owned always looks its best in late summer and fall. One of the varieties I have barely makes any pitchers until around this time, much like yours.
    As long as it's growing, I don't think it's anything worth getting too upset over.
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    Good looking stuff! You might get some spring pitchers out of it if you give it a mild winter and hold off on transplanting.

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    ^I haven't transplanted the leuco since I bought it. I keep it in the garage over winter... I'd say that's mild enough... unless I'm wrong?

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    Nice plants! I'm not a big fan of 'Dana's Delight' (as I am more of a 'Judith Hindle' person), but yours is very nice.

    Good luck with your leuco and thanks for sahring!
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