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Thread: Sarracenia from Seed!!

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    Mine are looking more HCW-ish, Nice stuff guys.

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    Some new fresh photos




    tarnok x eva


    oreophila x wilkerson white knight


    leucophylla x flava yellow trumpet


    leucophylla x flava green


    leucophylla x atropurpurea


    leucophylla x cuprea




    L14PW x Dino Almacolle



    L07MK x oreophila (very pubescent)


    L04MK x SELF



    glider x leuco



    excellens x leuco




    leah wilkerson x adrian slack


    tarnok x flava


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    My lord. Those plants are amazing.
    Brennan
    My growlist: http://bit.ly/VUE0ri

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    Yes, they are!! I think that growing plants from seed, is the best way to enjoy that passion!!

    PS my photos are too big??

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    Last year's seedlings survived their cross country move and first winter with close to no losses.



    Even a handful of Darlingtonia are still kicking, for now at least.



    And the next generation is getting started.



    And plenty of developing pods for 2014.


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    Here are some Fred P. seedlings from the giveaway last year.

    leucophylla 'Hurricane Creek White' x 'Adrian Slack'


    leucophylla 'Pink Eye' x 'Adrian Slack Impostor'


    'Wilkerson's Red' x OP


    minor var. okeefenokeensis x 'Golden-Red Jubilee'


    flava var. atropurpurea x alabamensis AL002


    alata 'Maroon Throat' x leucophylla 'Cronus'


    flava var. cuprea x 'Leah Wilkerson'

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    Is there a secret to success with S. alabamensis and S. oreophila? I have tried two packets each of ICPS seed and not a single one grew.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tony C View Post
    Is there a secret to success with S. alabamensis and S. oreophila? I have tried two packets each of ICPS seed and not a single one grew.
    I can't speak for alabamensis, but for my oreophila seed, I stratified for 6 weeks, then I let them germinate in extremely hot, humid, bright conditions (I put them in a terrarium where I grow some of my neps that's conveniently also right next to a big window) and let them germinate on pure, chopped sphagnum. I got germination within a week. I find that the higher temperature in my terrariums tends to help me a bit with my germination rates and the speed which they sprout. Mine are still quite just beginning to pop up but I have had pretty decent germination rates so far. I haven't really noticed any extra difficulties with them though, and that's how I germinated all my seed the past few years, so you may just have received some dud seeds...

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