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    Sarracenia Order

    Here are some Sarracenia's I just ordered.
    Thought it would be fun to share!


    S. Hank


    S.Flava


    S. Alata Red Hood


    S. Rubra Rubra


    D. Filiformis


    steve
    Last edited by xvart; 05-08-2012 at 07:31 PM. Reason: Vendor Name

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    Nice plants! I would very much like to order from this vendor but sadly can't.
    Share with us when the Sarr pitchers open!

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    I like that vendor, I got a few plants from them... though I did get some slugs in one of my orders and considerable damage was done to my plants while they were in the mail and their policy does not cover that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by potted_plants View Post
    I like that vendor, I got a few plants from them... though I did get some slugs in one of my orders and considerable damage was done to my plants while they were in the mail and their policy does not cover that.
    Argh, we have ALOT of snails and slugs in the Northwest. When I ran our professional greenhouse, we had to keep slug/snail traps out for the Department of Agriculture and inspections. Maybe I'll put a few more traps out. They sure LOVE our hosta plants!!

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    Is the S.Hank planted deep enough?
    This is how it arrived, it was taped up pretty well for shipping.
    thanks


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    S. Hank

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    It would be best to cover the rhizome, to protect against fungus and insect attack.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hcarlton View Post
    It would be best to cover the rhizome, to protect against fungus and insect attack.
    Thank, might've got shaken up a bit in shipping..
    I'll add more mix to it!

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    It should be fine that way as long as the entire rhizome isn't above the peat.

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