The alata red/black x 'Kilimanjaro' cross is very cool looking!
Seedlings from Fred P
(Wilkersons Red x alata red/black) x Adrian Slack
Mardi Gras OP
alata nigrapurpurea x Leah Wilkerson
Oreophila x Leah Wilkerson
leucophylla x flava rubricorpora
Leah Wilkerson x flava rubricorpora
I think i got the names right but will double check in the morning and make sure.
S. x (S. x ‘Lynda butt’ x S. moorei ‘Elizabeth’)
S. x (excellens x formosa) - 162 (maybe "Cuore"), H07 Clone A
I suppose I will post some of my seedling photos!! They are still less than a year old and are being grown outdoors under a shelter that I built. The shelter was built using a recently chopped down cherry tree (which I was very upset about but it was at the end of its life cycle) and a tinted hard plastic along with window screening to come out critters. So the coloring on the pitchers are a bit off do to the tinted top (I was unable to take it off as much as I wanted because I need another person to do it with me and it rained a lot this year).
Seeds from Fred P.
S. ((alata x leuco) x flava rubricorpora) x flava rubricorpora
My tallest pitcher at 2 inches tall!
S. flava rubricorpora x flava rubricorpora
S. Diana's Delight x purp venosa var. burkii
S. purpurea purpurea
In the trays next door I have sundews and some very very tiny VFT seedlings going.
Good looking plants Yuri and Heather!
Exactly, what a bunch of seedlings Heather. Can't wait to see your results! They are slow growing aren't they. It takes a special type with patience passionate about carnivorous plants to grow them up to flowering plants. Patience! Fantastic seedlings. Thank you Yuri and Heather for posting. Can't wait to see more.
Thats alata red/black x 'Kilimanjaro' Vic.