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    Not everything pictured I can take credit for, but the season is starting to warm up finally, and the new arrivals still look great:
    Seed-grown (x courtii x rubra alabamensis) x 'Candy Striper', showing a lot of courtii influence

    flava cuprea

    alata rubrioperculata

    leuco 'Tarnok' dreams of being a Heliamphora

    flava rubricorpora L x Best clone, Liberty Co. This plant has just gotten darker as time goes by, but the lid has stayed bright yellow


    flava atropurpurea is not fully colored, but it's still great looking

    leuco Baldwin Co. AL starting to show size and shape variation

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    New arrival, S. (rubra x oreophila) x purp burkii, since the last one did not survive the winter. This specimen appears far superior, though


    Not a Sarr, but a nice companion plant: Viola lanceolata

    S. 'Snake Bite'

    alata Van Cleave, MS

    'Judith Hindle'


    Always the best looking in the pool, oreophila Meadowview. Look at those veins!
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    Had a hail storm a couple weeks ago, but only one pitcher out of the entire pool seemed to get hit. Just my luck: it was the only good pitcher on my new flava rugelii A x B

    Meanwhile, good pitchers are opening on the (leucophylla x flava) x leucophylla, and the veins are stunning


    And, the first pitcher formed in my care on flava rubricorpora L x Best Clone. Even after being shipped and then potted up, the new pitcher turned solid red
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    They're looking great! I like that Oreophila the best outta the bunch also you're doing a good job with it
    Gettin there...

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    Oreophila has always ben my best plant. It doesn't seem to care when weather take off the first set of pitchers (or second.... or fifth), it keeps going until eventually a nice crop just stays there, and this year, I have a bunch, and they're all covered on the inside with deep red veins. I have never seen them that thick....
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    That oreophila is from Cherokee County, AL. I'd recognize it anywhere.

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    Is that the location data for the clone from Meadowview? That's where I got this plant, if that's the actual location data I will label it as such.
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    A fantastic looking pitcher on one of the new alata Van Cleave Co. MS plants

    'Judith Hindle' gets really dark around here

    A newly opened and then an aged pitcher on 'Snake Bite'


    The outdoor pitchers on the 'Scarlet Belle' x swaniana pitchers are considerably shorter, as expected, but they are also forming an oddly pointed tip

    SG purp burkii

    SG rubra rubra x purp purp

    x areolata


    my alata 'Night' x "red" seedlings have been moved outside, and the first pitchers are opening. While they have only just begun to darken, some are showing noticeable blushes and nearly all have the red lids. Each pic is a different seedling






    clone A of x catesbaei "Monster" x purpurea 'Red Ruffles', newly opened and far from fully colored

    And lastly, clone B of purp burkii x rubra jonesii
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