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    Sarracenia...

    Hello,

    Series of sarracenia and one dionaea =)


































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    ---------- Post added at 06:31 AM ---------- Previous post was at 06:31 AM ----------

    SX73 S. 'Bordeaux Red wine'


    SX108 S.hybrid, possibly S.x mitchelliana (Marcos Ono,Brésil)


    SFR09 S. flava var. rugelii -- Apalachicola,W,(F13,MK)


    SFX22 S. flava -- Yellow tube


    SFC10 S. flava var. cuprea -- `Bronze’ (DC)(F196,MK)


    SFO08 S. flava var. ornata -- giant tube,fine vein


    SFC09 S. flava var. cuprea -- N.Carolina,W,A Fawcett,(F6,JA)(F90,MK)


    SFO15 S. flava var. ornata -- Heavy veined giant,Apalachicola,WS,(PW)(F37,MK)

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    SFO21 S. flava var. ornata -- Blackwater State Forest ,W PW 2004(F197,MK)


    SFA12 S. flava var. atropurpurea -- Marston Exotics, 1999, (F174 MK)


    SFO25 S. flava var. ornata


    SFO10 S. flava var. ornata -- solid red throat with diffused veins around neck Apalachicola nat. Forest; Liberty Co. Florida (MK F88)


    SFRB03 S. flava var. rubricorpora -- `burgundy´ (F26,MK)


    SFO19 S. flava var. ornata -- with dipping lid,Cooks Carnivorous Plants(F87,MK)


    SXM47 S.x Moorei -- (leucophylla "purple lips" x flava cuprea) (Phil Faulisi hybrid)


    SL51 S. leucophylla -- Burgundy’Red & White, Phil Sheridan(L57,MK)


    SXM44 S.x Moorei -- Red mixed clone


    SXM43 S.x Moorei -- ‘Royal Ruby’


    SXM64 S.x Moorei -- 'Helen Mary', (H182,MK)




    SXM67 S.x Moorei -- 'Esme Cowlard', (H192,MK)


    Cedric

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    lol was literally just looking at these on CPUK
    very nice plants man
    sadly i think my sarra year this year is gonna be lame, crappy weather and barely any sun will definitely be the cause of that....stupid rain and cold weather lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by SirKristoff View Post
    lol was literally just looking at these on CPUK
    very nice plants man
    sadly i think my sarra year this year is gonna be lame, crappy weather and barely any sun will definitely be the cause of that....stupid rain and cold weather lol
    Beautiful plants!

    Yeah, pal, get in line. The Spring in CA has been late to non-existent and everything seems about two months behind schedule. My Darlingtonia, usually a couple of feet tall by now, have just started emerging from the moss . . .
    “Sì perché l'autorità dell'opinione di mille nelle scienze non val per una scintilla di ragione di un solo . . ."

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    What Kris said!

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    I love seeing pics of your plants... they're always the most amazing. Thankyou very much for sharing, I can't wait to see more!

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    yep i know what you mean David, my cobras are just poking up too, most of my sarracenia have pitchers developing on them, the only one that hasnt yet is a S. minor of mine, its still got a good rhizome and all but its just not wanting to grow atm.....
    stupid global warming, our day temps occasionally hit the 70 degree mark which is very strange considering this time of the year we are usually at almost 80 degrees in the day, our night temps still drop to the low 40s, which my highland neps in the GH certainly have no complaints about....but the lack of sun and constant rain is really proving to be a nuisance...

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