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    I just got a bunch of seeds I ordered from the ICPS seedbank! [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/biggrin.gif[/img]

    one of the seeds packs is "Sarracenia Complex Hybrids"
    Judith Hindle X Ladies in Waiting.

    sounds like an interesting mix!
    I know crosses from already complex hybrids can produce all kinds of different offspring, but has anyone ever seen ANY offspring from this particular cross? im just curious what the offspring *might* look like..
    anyone have any idea?
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    I got the same packet as you. I originally thought I had not ordered any, but today brought new seeds and new experiences.



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    I haven't seen any of that particular cross, but while in Charlotte, NC, recently, I saw a plant that was Ladies In Waiting x [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/confused.gif[/img]. A truly remarkable plant it was.

    If you keep your eye on the trading post, in another couple of months I plan on having a huge Sarracenia seed extravaganza, probably for SASE. I made several inter-cultivar crosses this past spring. Can't even remember any off hand. Also, the squirrels have been raiding my seed pods, so who knows what I'll have by then.

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    You'll have to use your imagination! It should be a very red plant with a larger and frillier hood than Ladies. There will probably be some white areoles in there too and it will probably be a very vigorous plant.
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    If you keep your eye on the trading post, in another couple of months I plan on having a huge Sarracenia seed extravaganza, probably for SASE[/QUOTE]

    Cultivar crosses too?? Ooooh!!! I hope I don't miss it! That would be reaallly cool! My fingers are itching to get at some of those seeds!

    SF

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    Plant them and find out. That is probably the best way.
    ha ha

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