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    It's sad but I have like 5 sarrs

    but of those 5 this is my fav:


    Butch

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    french3z what lights are you using. Mine are at a friends greenhouse so unsure how they are doing.

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    Nice pictures and plants!!
    -Joel from Southern California


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    Yann - looks like you are getting a good jump on the season...

    Thanks for sharing!

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    Nice Yann - I love that first hybrid.

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    Quote Originally Posted by denverone View Post
    french3z what lights are you using. Mine are at a friends greenhouse so unsure how they are doing.
    I am using a 6 T5 fixture. It puts about ~ 31,000 lumens and it is about 5 inches away from the tallest Sarr. I wouldn't be worried about yours if they are in a greenhouse, I am sure they are waking up normally. I cheated and took these out early in Mid Feb simply because I hate having to wait for the warm up to come around.

    Quote Originally Posted by Av8tor1 View Post
    It's sad but I have like 5 sarrs

    but of those 5 this is my fav:
    I can see why! Beautiful hybrid Butch. You may lack in Sarracenia but you've still got plenty of plants in the Sarraceniaceae family

    Quote Originally Posted by Fred P View Post
    Nice Yann - I love that first hybrid.
    Thank you Fred, it's quickly becoming one of my favorite, I can't wait until it produces mature pitchers! You should add some of your pictures, I know you've got to have something that'll blow these away!

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    Here we go:

    Judith Hindle


    minor




    alata (the new pitchers come in pink with pink veins, older ones are green with brown veins)










    small oreos (non-striped)


    oreos (striped)


    Dana's Delight


    Psitt


    Random bulk unknowns (w/ purp montana in lower left)


    ...and their only open flower yet...




    Rubra wherryi (sp?) flower





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    Quote Originally Posted by F R e N c H 3 z View Post
    You should add some of your pictures, I know you've got to have something that'll blow these away!
    Thanks Yann but I really don't have much to post yet with the exception of a ton of flower buds. I have a few regular Alatas just opening but not photo worthy. I have a few offspring from 'Leah Wilkerson' that have some pitchers inflating (next to their flowers) that should be nice so we'll see soon enough.

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