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    Sarr pitchers to get in the mood Post yours !

    I dont know about the rest of you but for me summer is taking too long to get here. So here's some Sarr pitchers that I have going indoors, I'll transplant mine outside in June/July. Share yours! From this year or past!















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    awesome, and even more so being indoors and looking like this!
    I take it the light is doing well for ya...

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    I have some nice stuff in the greenhouse, but I cannot find my digital camera anywhere! One of my 'Gin Goblin's has put up a couple of foot-tall pitchers and they look awesome.

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    I am in the mood.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sarracenia View Post
    I have some nice stuff in the greenhouse, but I cannot find my digital camera anywhere! One of my 'Gin Goblin's has put up a couple of foot-tall pitchers and they look awesome.
    My gin goblin doesn't have any pitchers yet. but it will be putting one up soon, from what i can tell. My daina's delight is inflating a woody(firm) pitcher, see how that turns
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    Minor x Purp I actually have. Well,technically it's Minor Okee x Psitt Green.

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    I'll try to post pictures of my pitchers this weekend - the sun isn't up yet to shine on them when I leave for work, and it's shining on the opposite side of the house when I get home.

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    Nostalgia. D:
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    Quote Originally Posted by Av8tor1 View Post
    awesome, and even more so being indoors and looking like this!
    I take it the light is doing well for ya...

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    The light has been the best investment I could have ever made honestly. The plants love it!


    But enough chit chat, we want some pics!

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