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    My first Leucophylla

    Will I be ok if I leave it in this size pot until next spring? The second photo is my purple pitcher plant coming out of dormancy. I can already tell its going to have bigger pitchers than last years...

    Thanks



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    "Oh, now he's a philosophizer" Baylorguy's Avatar
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    Looking good Ohio, congrats! What size pot is your Sarracenia leucophylla in? They don't mind being crowded, so as long as they are not making your pot bulge out on the side, it is likely ok.

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    Yea I'm sure it will be fine in that pot for a while.

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    It will be fine in that pot for a while. Love that purp!

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    I just got my first leucophylla too! I am so excited!

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    Update - I think she's doing ok but the pitchers are really small. It still hasn't started collecting bugs. Is the growth stunted or everything normal?



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    That pot should be fine for a few years! Leucos are great plants!
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    The deeper the pot the better it will do.

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