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    Fall Plants


    Blood red Purpurea venosa


    Very healthy flytrap


    Red Psitt hybrid


    Very red "Red Bug"


    S.R.Wherryii


    Very red Minor hybrid


    Large Psitt hybrid


    S. Flava from Virginia


    Psitt x Leuco hybrid


    S. R. Gulfensis alba


    S. Leuco "red" from Gulf Breeze, FL.


    Very red leuco hybrid


    Very tall leuco alba


    Large purpurea venosa "Burkeii"

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    Looking real good!

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    Very nice plants!


    S. Leuco "red" from Gulf Breeze, FL.
    that doesnt look like a "red"..although I suppose Leuco "red" isnt an actual cultivar name..but still..its not very red! looks more "typical" to me..

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    very nice and healthy looking plants..

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    My camera doesn't do it justice. It's very red believe it or not with the veins dark red with a reddish pink overwash, and was taken from a pure wild population of typical leuco's approximately 20 years ago in Gulf Breeze, Florida that was being bulldozed for a convenience store. If you had seen this population being turned into mush it would have made you cry. I could only rescue 1 plant at the time, they had a pile of them already burning and about 1/2 acre more being plowed up. The boss of the job said pick one and go. thats what I did. I ran around the job site looking and found this. Also having observed wild pitcherplants all over the US for the past 40 years, I can take you to places where once they grew by the acre, now their all gone especially in North Carolina.

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    I suspect it will look a lot more red in 2 or 3 weeks.

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