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    First Pitchers of the Season - 2013

    And the winner is:

    S. oreophila "Sand Mountain #2"


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    of course oreophila would be first up to bat... i've got nothing. 5 flowerstalks and no blooms.
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    I think these three little pitchers on the alabamensis should count. Mostly because they are cute.


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    An unknown hybrid. 3.5 years old.

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    Nice pitchers folk.

    Im not very experienced with sarras, but
    my sarracenia rubra now have 6-10 new pitchers in development(strange, very large), but no flower. Its normal?
    Last edited by Maiden; 03-26-2013 at 11:25 PM.

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    It depends on the species/hybrid or even the individual plant. Some put up flowers after the first few pitchers. Such factors as the age and overall health of the plant can play a role. A rhizome that was recently divided or roughly handled may not flower even if it flowered the previous season. A specific clone like Sarracenia 'Godzuki' the flowers open the same time as the first pitchers.

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    Here's my first pitcher of the season, S. purp 'Jersey Girl' x purp burkei:



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    Not a number: thanks for the reply. My rubra had a normal dormancy, just woke up since 5 weeks. So, i will wait for the flowers!

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