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    sarr (no pitchers) and ceph pics

    I'm so excited because this is the first time I've ever over-wintered Sarrs, so seeing these flowers is great!!

    Random sale bulk flowering-size rhizomes I got a month or two ago


    you can barely make them out sticking out of the top of the soil because they came with their pitchers chopped off (store policy): my antho-free minibog (jonesii, purp, leuco, psitt and rubra gulfensis)!


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    Looks good! I only see one flower on mine so far and that is from my Sarracenia flava.

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    I've never had Sarrs before let alone flowers so I'm really excited.

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    looks like fun. i spy what? 2 flowerbuds in the making there in the first pic? and is that one rhizome? that's pretty sweet. yeah. i wish i could grow sarrs...but the combination of their size and need to grow outdoors leaves me stuck. I'd so go for an 'Adrian Slack' or a 'Lochness.' While i'm a super purist when it comes to Nepenthes, i'd settle for an amazing hybrid sarr anyday.
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