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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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    alata Van Cleave MS

    x catesbaei "Monster" x purpurea 'Red Ruffles' clone D

    leuco typical

    the better looking psittacina Van Cleave MS

    Stately pitcher on 'Royal Ruby' x 'Adrian Slack' clone C


    And clone A is the largest seedling right now, not fully colored but the lid shows its potential


    Apologies for blurriness, it was getting dark: the 2 darkest seedlings of alata 'Night' x red


    the reddest flava 'Cinnamon Tube' x 'Adrian Slack'

    clone D 'Leah Wilkerson' x 'Royal Ruby' is breathtaking even at only 6 inches tall

    And, 2 clones of 'Cyclops' x 'Edojiman'

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    x bellii x 'Leah Wilkerson', some almost ready to go outside



    Variety in leuco Baldwin Co. seedlings


    This one is still rather small, but has the whitest lid, and very little other color

    And this is the biggest one


    rubra gulfensis "Crestview FL"


    One of the x umlauftiana x leuco HCW seedligns showing great promise

    ruba rubra Brunswick Co. NC

    flava rugelii A x B

    'Daina's Delight'

    'Snake Bite' has become one of the largest plants in the pool right now, and has an immense hood on this latest pitcher

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    x catesbaei "Monster" x purp 'Red Ruffles' clone D. This is the reddest one

    rubra rubra x purp purp

    the big rubra jonesii OP (x alata?)

    new additions (thanks Paul!): 'Leah Wilkerson' x flava rubricorpora. One looks like the red tube, the other a rugelii


    x areolata

    another new addy, minor okee

    x catesbaei "Monster" x purp 'Red Ruffles' clone A. In the greenhouse this was the reddest clone, now just a lot of veins

    'Mardi Gras' lid

    'Snake Bite' is huge, as always

    x moorei x leuco, a lot of red veins

    the thinnest seedling of the leuco "Baldwin Co." batch


    This is always the best time of year for 'Daina's Delight'
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    The biggest x bellii x 'Leah Wilkerson' threw up a beautiful, vermillion fall pitcher. This plant seems to have a thing for making kinky lips too


    2 clones of 'Cyclops' x 'Edojiman'


    'Red Sumatra' OP. Some plants are elegant, some colorful, some both


    The biggest plant of the batch (rubra jonesii viridescens x alata red/black) x 'Adrian Slack'. Pitchers don't have a lot of color, but veins are dark where they appear and the shape is nice

    the most heavily veined alata 'Night' x "red" seedling so far

    Late season flava rubri Liberty Co. L x Best clone pitcher. It still has nice color even when nowhere near fully colored

    x catesbaei "Monster" x purp 'Red Ruffles' clone A filling in finally

    random 'Royal Ruby' x 'Adrian Slack' clone

    young clone of 'Scarlet Belle' x swaniana showing a lot more color than its sibling (shown later)

    "Monster" x 'Red Ruffles' clone D. The pictures don't do it justice, this plant is nearly blood red now that the color has matured


    psittacina Van Cleave MS clone A

    'Leah Wilkerson' x 'Royal Ruby' clone B. The small lid seems to be a permanent feature

    "Monster" x 'Red Ruffles' clone B with a much more classic look

    r. rubra x p. purpurea

    late season flava atropurpurea pitcher. Even after being moved around and surviving its first CO summer it still has nearly solid traps. Can't wait for its performance next year

    The big 'Scarlet Belle' x swaniana

    Lastly, x readii Sunbelle clone 3. Love the pink
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    Wow those are nice. What do you do with them over winter?

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    In my climate, they get stuck waiting it out in the basement.
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