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    You're Sarracenia are so beautiful!.. Just out of curiosity; how do you get all of them to go dormant where you live?

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    Thanks. Just a little bit still beginner

    Have a climate not to different from capetown south africa. So oddly a mild temperate climate. Enough cold and day length changes for many stone fruits like plums peaches and so forth. Even apples persimmons. But no hard freezes or killing frosts.

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    I want one! Very nice!!

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    Hybrid still growing inside under lights. Alabamensis x leucophylla


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    Kula...those are among the most beautiful pics and pots I have seen. Sooo clean. very very nice. wow!! An indoor area especially with perlite and peat is almost impossible to keep that clean. great job!

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    Those are some very nice plants...
    "Two things are infinite: the universe and human stupidity; and I'm not sure about the universe." ---- Albert Einstein
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    I was going to try leucophylla x alabamensis! You beat me to it.... That just means I have to find a very special leuco to use..... Oh, idea for yours! Once the mature, cross them with S. rurba "Ancestral", also known as "Georgia Fall Line Sand Hill". The veining on that plant would be insane!

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    Not a Sarracenia but needed a place to put this.

    H. ionasi x nutans


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