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    In my experience, oreophila is sort of the opposite of Leucos, large pitcher crop in the spring, then nothing but phyllodia untill growth stops for dormancy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by [b
    Quote[/b] (Colieo @ July 26 2005,4:34)]In my experience, oreophila is sort of the opposite of Leucos, large pitcher crop in the spring, then nothing but phyllodia untill growth stops for dormancy.

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    S. flava and their 'sister' species S. oreophila are strong spring growers (usually). Mine tend to be strongest in the spring but may continue to throw up pitchers on & off all summer depending on the conditions. Late summer / fall you should start to see the typical phyllodia for each species.

    Other Sarracenia like S. rubra (esp S. rubra 'albamensis') and S. leucophylla find their strongest growth at the end of the summer. For whatever reason, S. leucophylla has never been a strong grower for me.

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    Son of a'gun... i have the book and it says in there the growth cycle of the leco. Oopps. I was just comparing it to the growth of my other plants.

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