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    Is that a jonesii? Whatever it is, it looks nice. Your purps look nice and fat. From the research I've been doing there isn't much of a difference between northern and southern purps, just location variants. There's not a big enough break in their distribution to justify the differences, either.

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    Nice plants! Always glad to see Darlingtonia too.

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    Nice purps Eric!

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    Thanks Fred!

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    The key trait of telling purp purp and purp venosa apart is, that purp venosa is rather pubescent, (has hair) and purp purp does not.

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    Thumbs up Update

    The purpureas are definitely my fav sarracenia. Just so compact and colorful.

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    Mini bog full of sundew seedlings, mostly D capensis all red








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    Parrot Pitcher Plant



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    Thank you for stopping by. All comments, suggestions and even pics of your own pitcher plants welcome!

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    The key trait of telling purp purp and purp venosa apart is, that purp venosa is rather pubescent, (has hair) and purp purp does not.
    Thank you SirKristoff!

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    Smile Early Fall Pics

    I've expanded my S. purpurea collection quite a bit. Even have a few hybrids on the way. I cant wait until next spring so I can see how everything handles dormancy. I'm very nervous about that.































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    More pics!





















    Thanks for stopping by!

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    The plants are looking great.. keep the updates coming

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