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    Darlingtonia in situ (Southern Oregon)

    A few pics from last growing season and this spring with flowering. trying to post more of my pics on here for all to see. enjoy!

    Sepals have turned quite red.

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    Red fangs!!

    Me hanging out with the colony

    The hillside seep

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    holy sh!t
    lucky......

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    I love seeing wild carnivores. Vast hillside stands of Darlingtonia like this are especially amazing.

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    WOW, takes your breath away...
    Check out my Growlist

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    WHOA that is one NICE field of cobras you got there!!

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    where in south Oregon i got to go see them

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    Spectacular!

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    Ah, I recognize my favorite stomping grounds from last spring. I am going back there hopefully this summer to get some pics when they are in full growing mode, and then hopefully see if I can get in there and get pics of them in the snow.

    Great pics and thank you for sharing them.

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