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    Titles say it all.

    Out of the ones I have I would have to say s. x 'Scarlet Bell' and s. x 'Cobra's Nest' are my favorites.

    'Scarlet Bell' is (or will be) the most beautiful sarr I own. And...

    'Cobra's Nest' is just cool to look at. The way the pitchers curve and the deep red top also make it popular with my neighbors. ^_^' I can't find much information on it's parentage, though. Want to speculate with me? It obviously has purpurea in it and I think some rubra but that's all I can come up with...

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    S.x 'Ladies in Waiting' for me, except that mine died over winter [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/new/smile_h_32.gif[/img] I sometimes find it tricky to keep tissue cultured plants.
    S.x 'Dixie Lace' is also quite snazzy and for height, not many beat S.x 'Brook's Hybrid'.



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    I have some 'ladies in waiting'. The pictures I've seen are stunning, but mine are still young and producing thin, wiry pitchers.

    O_o Maybe it needs more sun... my other sarrs are doing fine, though.

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    What exactly is S.x 'Brook's Hybrid'

    My favorites include:

    'Leah Wilkerson'
    'Wilkerson's Red'
    'Tarnok'
    'Dana's Delight'
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    Leah Wilkerson is my love.

    There are other Sarracenia? Oh, yeah! I remember now.

    I too am fond of Cobra's Nest.

    Used to love my Judith Hindle before it went belly up.
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    I don't have one yet but 'Leah Wilkerson' is the one!

    And of course, the spectacular 'Schnell's Ghost"! I like Cobra's Nest as well.
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    Hey Brooks,

    Why not try crossing Leah and Schnell: a royal wedding if ever there was one!
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    ooooohhh...good idea!
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