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Thread: SirKristoff's Sarraceniaceae

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    Really nice assortment. That rubra gulfensis Tall Red relly caught my eye. The Catesbaei's really are quite unique!

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    And by next season you mean this fall right? Thats the next season! hehe. But yeah, your catesbaeis are dope.

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    Next growing season ;D haha. Thanks guys

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    here are some more pics taken yesterday
    S. 'Odyssey' F2



    an unknown hybrid that i absolutely love (im guessing purp and flava/oreophila hybrid)



    S. flava var. rubricorpora


    S. flava var. ornata


    S. leucophylla 'Hurricane Creek White'


    S. leucophylla "Pale" Lois M. Ochs



    S. leucophylla White with faint red veining


    S. 'Leah Wilkerson'



    S. xExcellens


    S. flava chocolate top x 'odyssey'


    S. rubra gulfensis Tall Red


    S. xCatesbaei Sunata, FL



    S. purpurea subsp. venosa var. montana from seed #1 green with red




    S. purpurea subsp venosa var. montana from seed #2 red with green


    H. 'Tequila' loving it outside


    H. heterodoxa x minor also loving it outside


    Again, not a Sarr or related species but it deserves a photo too...

    VFT 'B52'

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    saweeeet

    Cool Hurricane Creek White- That large one opening up is expected to turn white over time? The red line down the tube of the older pitcher really looks cool.

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    the other one you are referring to is not hurricane creek white, but it will turn white and green as it ages like Hurricane Creek White... the HCW trap shown above still has not completely transitioned to its final color. Give it another few days.

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    Beautiful plants SirKristoff.

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    AH I missed that. Nice though.

    The unknown hybrid is awesome, what a hood, I like how the coloration/pattern stays consistent throughout

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