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    Quote Originally Posted by jimscott View Post
    Amazing! Makes me want to consider individual pots instead of minibog buckets.
    I agree, there is some allure for the individual pots....

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    Amazing variety of plants, it amazes me how people can look after so many!

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    Great collection Swampdonkey!

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    I agree, WOW!!! Thanks for sharing this beautiful pictures.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jayson16 View Post
    Great collection Swampdonkey!
    Just for the sake of clarity, these images are, sadly, not of my plants. They are part of Jerry Addington's Sarracenia collection. I simply volunteer there.

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    Splendid =)))))

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    Wow! Those are some very beautiful and in many cases unique sarracenia.

    One question. Is the water level always that high? It looked like on some that the water level was just below the rhizome.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dashman View Post
    One question. Is the water level always that high? It looked like on some that the water level was just below the rhizome.
    The tables are all pretty much the same size and water levels are quite uniform as well from what I've seen. I don't believe there is any effort on Jerry's part to raise/lower the water due to pot size...but, I will ask next time I'm there rather than simply assuming he's not manipulating the levels.

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