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    S. rosea 'luteola' seedling

    Germinated in December. These have been more vigorous than I anticipated!

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    That's a 3 month old seedling?!

    INCREDIBLE! If it were any more vigorous, it'd be flowering.
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    woah! I mature pitcher already!!

    ---------- Post added at 07:15 PM ---------- Previous post was at 07:10 PM ----------

    do you have it under 24 hour lighting or something?

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    This is 3 months? wow, what in the world are you doing right? By next year you should have flowers on that sucker!
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    Wow, impressive! Looks like your gonna have yourself an entirely tubby pitchered S. rosea pretty soon!

    How much light is this plant getting? (distance from lights, number of lights, specifics of the light type(s)?)

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    Woodnative, I only have one surviving rosea f. luteola seedling from you! How in the world did you get yours so big? O.o

    Mine happens to be working on its second pitcher... and it germinated in November.
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    Wowza!
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    Perhaps S. rosea are more vigorous than other Sarracenia. The "Crestview, FL" seeds I germinated in February are already larger than my year and half old var montana seedlings.
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