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    251 for me - including this oddball: A two headed S. rubra gulfensis:





    Does it count as one or two?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brokken View Post
    251 for me - including this oddball: A two headed S. rubra gulfensis:

    Does it count as one or two?
    I'm no expert but I would count the double flower as three.

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    I was able to get to my friends greenhouse to repot some sarracenia and divide some. Noted 2 flowering at this time 1-flava and 1-love bug. Unfortounatly I dont think I will be able to get back in time to cross pollinate if able.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cp-connection View Post
    I'm no expert but I would count the double flower as three.
    No kidding.

    Brokken: Ooh, now that's something different Do keep us posted on the flowers, if they develop properly
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    I would definitely count that as two (at least) Brokken.

    I’m at 264 and counting…..

    Flava


    ‘Leah Wilkerson’


    “Bud Wilkerson”


    Oops, how’d this get in here??


    Purp “Big Mamma” or at least this is supposed to be. I just acquired this a month ago. Does anyone have one and do you know if its suppose to have white petals because these are clearly white? Or is this the cream flower variety of Rosea?

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    7 alata, 2 leuco 'Tarnok', and 1 unknown so far...

    10 in total. :3
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    Big Mamma I believe is a rosea - though I can't say that I've ever seen a flower so light in color. Nice!
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    no burden heavier than that of conscious life. "
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    As Brokken said Fred, I also believe "Big mamma" is a purp var. burkeii. Maybe the petals will color up a bit more with some sun light It would be nice to have descriptions of the plant when people attempt to create a cultivar. Keep us updated on it's development!

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