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Thread: SirKristoff's Sarraceniaceae

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    yeah Greg, its definitely one of my favs. maybe i can get an ID from Jerry but i doubt it since it was a "lost tag"

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    some more pics taken the other day

    Heliamphora 'Tequila'


    Sarracenia xCatesbaei Sunata, FL.


    Sarracenia purpurea subsp. venosa var. montana Seedgrown #1



    Sarracenia purpurea subsp. venosa var. montana Seedgrown#2


    Sarracenia rosea



    Sarracenia purpurea subsp. purpurea f. heterophylla


    Sarracenia rubra subsp. gulfensis "Tall Red"

    new trap quite not finished developing lol


    S. leucophylla #77


    S. leucophylla chipotle



    Unknown Sarracenia hybrid, but still is beautiful as all heck and one of my favs...


    S. flava var. rugelii Twin City, GA.


    some seedgown S. minors from Mach putting up some bigger traps after adjusting


    Sarracenia leucophylla 'Hurricane Creek White'


    Sarracenia minor NCBG (North Carolina Botanical Gardens)

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    Well with the growing season finally kicking off up here in the pacific northwest, it's time to revive this thread from the dead...

    S. oreophila seed grown from Jerry Addington


    S. 'Doreens Colossus' from Jerry Addington


    S. flava var. flava from 2005 seed


    S. "Ares" from Jerry Addington


    S. "Isabelle" from Jerry Addington


    Another clone of S. oreophila


    S. purpurea subsp. Venosa


    S. flava var. rugelii Twin City, GA.


    Another S. flava var. rugelii Twin City, GA


    S. flava var. rugelii Tristan's Clone


    S. minor from the North Carolina Botanical Gardens


    S. Excellens


    Another S. Excellens


    And ANOTHER S. Excellens


    S. flava var. ornata


    S. flava var. rubricorpora


    S. 'Adrian Slack'


    S. flava var. maxima #26 Jerry Addington (first opened sarracenia bloom of the season)


    S. flava "Red Marbled" from Karen Oudean


    S. flava hybrid (can't recall off the top of my head) from Jerry Addington


    Darlingtonia californica clone H101K Gasquet, CA.


    S. purpurea subsp. Venosa var. montana


    S. purpurea subsp. Purpurea f. Heterophylla


    S. xCatesbaei from Sunata, FL. (I think this was a mistype, and is supposed to be Sumatra, FL)


    S. gulfensis Ancestral Form


    S. gulfensis "Tall Red" (averages around 2 feet tall or more)


    S. alabamensis


    S. jonesii


    S. psittacina


    Pot o' flava varieties


    Neglected mini bog

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    That's a mess o sarrs you got there, can't wait to see them when the pitchers mature. I am especially loving that S. rosea!

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    Thanks, when my rosea luteola reaches maturity, will cross it with my regular rosea, then when those seedlings reach maturity I can cross them and get 50%AF plants... I will probably self pollinate my AF rosea as well for a set of AF seed from it, but it's got a ways to go... I thought my regular rosea would flower this year but I guess not. Maybe next year.

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    How come I can't get sarrs to look that nice. Those montanas are dreamy..

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    Last edited by mato; 05-13-2012 at 11:01 AM.

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    Unhappy

    Mass - I am not sure man, my sarrs have never done as well as they have over the last couple of years, finally have a spot where they get full sun for most of the day, from around 9AM to 7PM or so... Before they only got full sun for a few hours at best...

    Mato, yeah it's about time we got the weather we have been waiting for... Hoping for some monster traps on my plants that can produce them...



    I have no idea why it put a sad face as my reply title? Lol

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