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    Here is a website with leuc pictures...

    http://www.vaxxine.com/ccphome/gallery/leucophylla.html

    which one is the "best"? I know its a dumb question, but I think that most people get it... I wanna buy the seeds of it. By best I mean... rarer... prettier (those ARE pictures, but only about four of each)... Basically, I"m looking for someone who is more familiar to help me choose...

    Thank You for bearing with my ninnyness...

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    Actualy Parasuco they have a new webpage. The owner got off that site and I am surprized your link works to get the pictres up as the main page is down. I think the new page is niagraexotics.com And Phil, Jeff, other Mods. They sell NO plants, ONLY SEEDS. YThey have a link for "Plants for sale" but none are up so I think there page is fine for our viewing. Parasuco then you can get thier new pictures at the gallery page.

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    I just acquired a leuc typical and it's beautiful. You can check this link for a pic. You might remember it.

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    This is probably the coolest variant of leucophylla that I've seen. It's at pitcherplant.com. They call it 'Hot Pink'
    [img]http://home.**********.com/sarracenia/sleu_pink.jpg[/img]

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    It's a matter of what you think looks the best really. They can vary from nothing but white and green all the way to nothing but white and red, with varying thicknesses of veins.
    Of the pictures I personally think the Baldwin county ones look the nicest.

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    Sarracenia,
    Wow, that plant is so amazingly unnatural looking. Looks like someone "photoshopped" the red in. Gorgeous!

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    Well, Mike King and I have an even better one!
    On Mike's site you will see a plant called Pink lip. It is beautiful! I'll ask mike if he will let me post the Picture here. The plant produces huge stocky pitchers with a very thick pink lip and a very odd looking small lid. Definatley one for the collectors!!!

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    Hi Richard,
    Yes post it as I can't!! The pitcher on the pink lipped leuco is huge. Its autumn pitchers can swallow a ping pong ball easily.

    The hot pink and leuco titan plants will hit these shores next week.

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