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    oh sorry I just kinda rushed through the photos, looks like you have an awesome plant, I love the flower
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    Hi Everyone,
    Here are some more pics.

    S. readii Alabama Red -Natural Hybrid from Perdido Ala


    S. 'Bruce Bednar' (a fantastic catesbaei) found by Bruce Bednar many years ago.


    S. 'Manny Herrera' -Natural Hybrid from Washington Cnty, Alabama.


    Here is another photo of S. 'Manny Herrera' taken last June, showing how the pitcher darkens with age. By the end of the season, the pitchers are dark purple/red.


    S. leucophylla coming to life.


    Enjoy!

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    whoa! your plants are always amazing, trent, I love that orange catesbaei
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    Hi Trent,

    I noticed that your Sarracenia plants are already pitchering and flowering. I am guessing that the weather in your area must be quite warm.

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    Yes, we are located in South Florida. We are a few weeks to a month ahead of their natural habitat (FL panhandle gulf coast).

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    Quote Originally Posted by [b
    Quote[/b] (CP2k @ Mar. 21 2005,5:44)]Hi Trent,

    I noticed that your Sarracenia plants are already pitchering and flowering. I am guessing that the weather in your area must be quite warm.
    Mine are producing phyllodia even though its really really warm here now.
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    Phyllodia? Shouldn't they be producing pitchers Starman?

    I'm getting new flower buds appearing every day now. Most on one plant is 4 on my catesbaei.
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    yes they should I bought them indoors from the cold garage where they spent their dormacy, and now they are growing phyllodia. [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/new/confused.gif[/img]
    I bought them in a few weeks ago and my S.'Stevenssi' and lecophylla and 'Brookes Hybrid' are growing phyllodia. [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/new/confused.gif[/img]
    I think some others are too...
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