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    Gin Goblin

    One of my gin goblins put up a nice big, fat, colorful pitcher. Reminds me of judith h. and you can't tell me there's not S. purpurea in it.



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    Beautiful! I want it.

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    Ver' nice! Love it!

    Off topic, but I think I came across your flickr or photobucket account once, and you had an amazing VERY dark sarr, almost black.. Do you happen to still have it, what was it, and do you still have a pic of it? I LOVE those dark red sarrs.

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    beautiful gin there

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brie View Post
    Ver' nice! Love it!

    Off topic, but I think I came across your flickr or photobucket account once, and you had an amazing VERY dark sarr, almost black.. Do you happen to still have it, what was it, and do you still have a pic of it? I LOVE those dark red sarrs.
    I'm assuming you mean this one?:



    It's an open-pollinated alata x flava. Yes I still have it, as well as a sibling that looks nearly identical, and a few other siblings that are a little different, but with still lots of red. They don't look as great this year for some reason, perhaps because they flowered for the first time this year. I did do several crosses with them, so I will have a bunch of seed available (hopefully!) sometime in October.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sarracenia View Post
    I'm assuming you mean this one?:



    It's an open-pollinated alata x flava. Yes I still have it, as well as a sibling that looks nearly identical, and a few other siblings that are a little different, but with still lots of red. They don't look as great this year for some reason, perhaps because they flowered for the first time this year. I did do several crosses with them, so I will have a bunch of seed available (hopefully!) sometime in October.
    ahhh.. yes.. those... SO AMAZING! That is one awesome cross. Thanks. What all did you cross with em?

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    let me check my notes....

    oreophila, godzuki, minor x ?, fireworks, red sumatra, oreophila x purpurea, leuco x flava rugelli, (orephila x flava) x leucophylla, lady bug, and cobra nest

    wow, didn't remember doing that many with them!

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    Quote Originally Posted by sarracenia View Post
    let me check my notes....

    oreophila, godzuki, minor x ?, fireworks, red sumatra, oreophila x purpurea, leuco x flava rugelli, (orephila x flava) x leucophylla, lady bug, and cobra nest

    wow, didn't remember doing that many with them!
    LOL wow! Good stuff! the cobra nest X should be pretty awesome looking.

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