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    Late August Sarr pics


    oreophila x purpurea



    'Imhotep'



    (leucophylla x (leucophylla x flava)) x open-pollinated
    flower is from a different plant



    unknown hybrid, minor x probably alata
    from a Lois Ochs Ebay Grab-bag last year


    from same grab-bag, probably the same plant



    'Ladies in Waiting' x open-pollinated


    same plant, front view




    'Ladies in Waiting' x open-pollinated, pod-sibling to previous plant



    (alata x flava) x open-pollinated



    'Gin Goblin'



    another Lois Ochs Grab-bag, probably wherryi



    'Yellow Hooded Hunter' (wrigleyana x flava)



    'Flies Demise'



    minor x psittacina



    'Boob Tube' x open-pollinated



    'Boob Tube' x open-pollinated, pod-sibling to previous plant



    'Snowflake'



    'Odyssey' x leucophylla




    (oreophila x purpurea) x flava



    same as previous, an interesting thing about this plant is that the veins are all raised



    'John Wyndham'



    (oreophila x willisii) x open-pollinated
    too bad this thing got deformed, it's 3 yrs old and this is its first "massive" pitcher



    ((oreophila x flava) x leucophylla) x open-pollinated



    'Fireworks'

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    'Hummer's Okee Classic'



    'Medusa'



    (purpurea x flava) x (minor x (minor x psittacina))
    1-yr-old, not really showing any minor or psittacina



    (leucophylla x purpurea) x 'Wilkerson's Red'
    1-yr-old seedling



    leucophylla x flava



    unlabeled hybrid from ebay a couple years ago. certainly looks like a leuco x minor, a little more robust than most i've seen though.



    same as previous



    another unlabeled hybrid from same ebay seller as previous plant. very nice!



    same plant as previous pic

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    Those last two Sarracenia are eye catchers. I agree with you that the second last one looks like leuc x minor - I've always wanted one of those!

    The first one is also very nice, you can see the veining pattern of Oreophila!

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    Great looking plants! Are the seedlings your own crosses?

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    Wowwwwwwwww... Your collection is just marvelous!!!

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    Love the (oreophila x purpurea) x flava and minor x leuco! Great pics!

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    Ooh I need to get a grab bag from Lois next year!
    Great Sarrs. I love the possible minor x leuco.
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    Quote Originally Posted by lizasaur
    Minor x Purp I actually have. Well,technically it's Minor Okee x Psitt Green.

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    Really nice collection of hybrids as said by the last Sarr of the first post - Fireworks!

    Do you notice that the OP hybrids have a lot more variation? Or is variation a common thing with hybrids??

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