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Thread: Sarracenia x moorei

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    The photo I posted above is a division of S. Leah Wilkerson from the NASC auction.
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    Really, Nick?? When she settles in, she should look even better. Leah is a very distinctive looking moorei. Your Leah has some growing to do!!
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    Really, Nick?? When she settles in, she should look even better. Leah is a very distinctive looking moorei. Your Leah has some growing to do!!
    45 yrs. growin\'
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    Nick,
    Glad to see 'Leah' is doing well!

    I would post if I could but some is wrong with AOL (BIG SURPRISE HUH!) and my Easy Designer, this is the program I used to create my web page and posting page. If anyone has AOL, Easy Designer and has a clue what I need to do please e-mail me. I will keep trying and see if I cannot post the moorei pics you crave.

    Tamlin,
    I am smitten with mooreis too and not just 'Leah Wilkerson' and 'Wilkerson's Red.' There is incredible variation in this hybrid. Some of the most incredible moories I have seen were on Jim Miller's DVD on a site sadly, that no longer exists. I weep and claw at the screen when I watch the DVD. My breeding program this spring concentrated on mooreis. Next year, it is my next favorite cross, Mitchelliana.
    I remain a man obsessed with a genus
    Brooks

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    Quote Originally Posted by [b
    Quote[/b] ]It is from Avalon Beach, Santa Rosa County, Florida. Nice clone!
    Man, I gotta write that down somewhere....Good info to keep handy when the rhysome divides....

    I want to wait a couple of days to snap the first pic because there is a new pitcher growing out....want to let it open up.
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    Hey, thanks!

    Yes Mike, I have all the danger signs of terminal infection. You know it's bad when you start pondering which contractor to call....That's what I get for rubbing shoulders with the NASC crowd!

    I appreciate the photos, and look forward to a good tutorial on this subject.

    Out of curiosity, would the experts assess this plant (the first in the series) as a Moorei hybrid?

    http://www.**********.com/cgi-bin....t=12907

    Brooks, you just go crazy man! I know I am waiting for your new creations the way art dealers used to wait for Picasso to finish a canvass.
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    Has anyone ever made a moorei with a S.flava 'cupria?' This is a cross that I attempted this spring but, haven't seen a mature specimen.

    imduff

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    Hi Tamlin,
    That plant looks like Dean Cook's 'Blackberry Sundae' I have this plant and the colours look better in real life.

    Brooks,
    After you came here, I was so taken by the pictures from the Jim Miller DVD , I too am continuing the moorei breeding programme
    Best Regards

    Mike King

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