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    Sarracenia Hybrid??

    Does anyone know the name of this hybrid ? I really want it apart of my garden but do not know the name..

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    What time of year was that photo taken?

    It appears to have oreophila in it. Could be one of the "Sand Mountain" clones. Possibly crossed to a heavily veined or red tube flava.

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    Definitely has oreophila in it, or may be pure oreo. However, if it does not have a label to begin with you will never be able to just give it any old name and it will have to remain labeled "unidentified Sarracenia."
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    A leuco by any other name would still be as gluttonous. CorneliusSchrute's Avatar
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    Label it "Gorgeous" because it is.

    +1 for oreophila Sand Mountain.
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    If I had to throw out a guess, I'd say oreo or possibly a hybrid with oreo and alata. Although, as everyone above has said, with no proper ID, you'll never be able to know for sure. Still a gorgeous plant though, I love the reddish-purple blush in the throat.
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    I love how wide the pitchers are.. Unfortunately I don't know the ID and the persons who's plant it is doesn't respond lol so I'm stuck not knowing what it is :/

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    Check their growlist?

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