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    Just purchased a dixie lace from an exotic plants place and the proprietor said that it is a cross between a leucophylla, purpurea, and alata. Just making sure it's correct.

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    eh I thought dixie lace was psitticana x leucophylla. but I don't know my sarrs.

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    The parentage of the registered cultivar 'Dixie Lace', as described by the ICPS, is:

    Sarracenia leucophylla, Sarracenia rubra subsp.wherryi, Sarracenia psittacina, Sarracenia purpurea

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    S.psittacina x leucophylla is called S, x wriglenya.
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    yeah, it's (leuco x rubra) x (psitt x purp)

    i don't know where that guy got the alata from. maybe he was just making an educated guess.

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    Must be S.p.purpurea though to give the plant such cold hardiness! Especially when you think about how S.leucophylla and psittacina arent very cold hardy.
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