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    Rare Sarracenia Pollen Post

    I'm looking for anything interesting... Sarracenia Blood Moon, Doreen's Collosus, or AS if im lucky!
    I have some S. Autropurpurea, S. Dons Flava, S. Rosea, or S. Rubra Jonesii.
    I would send out two cottons swabs full of pollen, wrapped in tin foil.

    Thanks!
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    You have a Sarracenia rubra ssp. jonesii?
    Also known just as Sarracenia jonesii?
    If you do, I hate to tell you this, but CITES prohibits the trading, selling, and/or giving of any part of a Sarracenia jonesii (ex. plants, seeds, cuttings) outside of the state the vendor resides in. Thankfully, if any of TerraForums's members live in Oregon, you still can send them the pollen. It's unfortunate, but I didn't make the rules.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Plant Planter View Post
    You have a Sarracenia rubra ssp. jonesii?
    Also known just as Sarracenia jonesii?
    If you do, I hate to tell you this, but CITES prohibits the trading, selling, and/or giving of any part of a Sarracenia jonesii (ex. plants, seeds, cuttings) outside of the state the vendor resides in. Thankfully, if any of TerraForums's members live in Oregon, you still can send them the pollen. It's unfortunate, but I didn't make the rules.
    I am a little uncertain as to the ESA myself, but I believe shipping across state is allowed- Rob would not be permitted under the law to accept payment or compensastion of any kind (Including trading). If he wanted to send pollen out for free- I believe that is permissible.
    Again, check the laws for yourself and verify- that has always been my understanding.

    That said, I totally would have jumped on this swap as I did save some pollen but my sarrs are pretty much done being receptive to pollen. If you are interested in any other kind of trade- off the top of my head, pollen I have sitting in my fridge which I don't need right now includes S. leucophylla (two different plants), and S. x 'Adrian Slack', I might have some S. x 'Judith Hindle' and S. x 'Dana's Delight' but I do not recall for sure if I saved my extra.

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    Too bad the double flowers of Sarracenia leucophylla "Tarnok" are sterile and don't respond to pollen.

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    I have a good amount of S. rubra ssp gulfensis X S. minor var. okefenokeensis pollen available. All my other Sarrs have flowered already but if you have anything interesting you think would make a nice match for a seed split let me know (pictures available on my growlist).


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    Quote Originally Posted by Plant Planter View Post
    Too bad the double flowers of Sarracenia leucophylla "Tarnok" are sterile and don't respond to pollen.
    He he, just for kicks I decided to try to pollinate my Tarnok this year. It is produces viable seed I am going to laugh.

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    I only read that their double flowers are inpollinatable.

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    Actually you can sell citie sarrs if you have permits, otherwise if you want a plant it would have to be gifted and the person gifting can not ask for anything in exchange or ask for the shipping to be reimbursed, this goes for the other parts of the plant as well(seed and pollin included), but yes if you dont have permits and you wish to sell the plant it would have to be bought with in the state of the seller but the person buying can cross state lines with it as long as all requirements are met

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