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    Quote Originally Posted by Iwest View Post
    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...
    Sounds like how I handled them, and it worked well for all my other species and crosses. I guess I'll just get more and try again.

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    Here are some of my seedgrown sarrs starting to show nice pitchers this spring:

    S. oreophila x 'Leah Wilkerson' plant #1:




    S. oreophila x 'Leah Wilkerson' plant #2 - strong oreophila traits:


    S. oreophila x 'Leah Wilkerson' plant #3 - pale, large, flat lid:


    S. oreophila x 'Judith Hindle':


    S. purpurea venosa:


    S. purpurea venosa var. montana:


    S. 'Lamentations' x [(flava maxima x leucophylla) x minor]:



    NoID seedling - looks like a leucophylla to me...:


    Some young S. alata 'Night' x alata Red Sibling seedlings:



    NoID seedling from Whimgrinder:


    S. 'Wilkerson's White Night' x leucophylla:



    A S. 'Gin Goblin' grex seedling - it's a seedling of S. 'Adrian Slack' x [(rubra x oreophila) x flava rugelli]:



    S. willisii x 'Adrian Slack' in the foreground, with a NoID minor-ish seedling in the background:


    S. 'Lamentations' x flava 'all red':



    Some random shots of seedlings:




    Can't wait for some new seedlings next year!

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    Quote Originally Posted by prized View Post
    ...tarnok x eva...
    ...tarnok x flava...
    What?????? I read online that since Sarracenia leucopylla "Tarnok" has double flowers, you can't pollinate them. Apparently, this is inaccurate? If so, I'd love to make some seeds.

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    Some younger seedlings












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    All of these seedling look great and thanks all for sharing photos. Hope we can all trade some of them one day.

    Sarracenia x [x formosa x (psittacina x minor 'Okee Giant')]




    S. "Dana's Delight" x flava rubricorp (Fred P)



    S. [((flava x leuco) x flava)) x (flava 'atropurpurea' x alata pubescent green)]


    S. oreophila ICPS 2008


    S. oreophila x x mooreii one of my favorites, all from 2008. Several different clones below. Would like to dividie and share these around next winter.





    S. (flava var. cuprea x x mooreii) x 'LW'



    'HCW' X 'AS' (Fred P) More bigger sibling photos I'll post soon.



    S. flava ornata x flava rubricorpa (Fred P)


    S. (rubra ssp. jonesii x minor 'okeefenokeensis) x (psittacina x minor 'Okee Giant')


    S. x mooreii "Red" x 'LW'


    S. 'Saxapahaw' x (flava var. rugelli x oreophila)


    S. x catesbaei "Sunrise" x OP (Fred P)


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    Nice seedlings Vic. Things are so slow for me this year. Just started having new pitchers show themselves.

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    Wow, very nice seedlings, plants and pics everyone. There's so many "keepers".......great growing!

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    Updated for April:

    Another new batch of seedlings:

    October 31, 2012


    November 30, 2012 (LH119 was a bust. Too bad, it was 'Leah Wilkerson' x "Red Sumatra")


    December 31, 2012 With the dome removed, they're starting to get some color.


    January 31, 2013


    February 28, 2013


    March 31, 2013 Photo taken outside


    April 30, 2013

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