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    Bareroot Sarracenia rhizomes + extra Nepenthes plants

    I'm about halfway done with a big Sarracenia collection cleanup and division. Shoot me a PM if you're interested in anything or have any questions! Looking for basically anything but I do collect mostly Nepenthes species and Sarracenia. I am also especially interested in some bog associate plants, especially Xyris and Eriocaulon species, and plants from the Gran Sabana and tepuis.

    Sarracenia alata (Tyler Co., TX)_MG_4947_MG_4948
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    1. Sarracenia alata (Tyler Co., TX) -- a really big, vigorous variety of alata var. alata; 1 extra large rhizome, 10 large rhizomes, and 1 small one; has the dubious distinction of breaking the most plastic pots in my collection!

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    2. S. purpurea subsp. purpurea f. heterophylla -- a slow grower for me in a warmish Mediterranean climate, won't have these available again for some time. 1 plant available, flowering sized

    Sarracenia flava var. cupreaSarracenia flava var. cuprea
    3. S. flava var. cuprea -- a pretty robust plant that I definitely haven't been growing to its full potential. 1 large division

    S. flava
    4. S. flava typical -- this one's clumped like crazy but never grew too tall for me, probably should have repotted it a long time ago! 9 medium-ish divisions

    S. flava NC
    5. S. flava North Carolina -- a slow growing one for me with a great exaggerated shape, one of my favorites! 2 medium divisions

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    6. N. ventricosa Red -- a really nice plant but I don't have room for it, comes with a basal shoot.
    7. N. ampullaria x aristolochioides -- another great hybrid but it clearly doesn't appreciate my very cold highland conditions. It's one of the green bodied clones with maroon speckles.
    Last edited by Clue; 01-01-2018 at 07:11 PM. Reason: updates
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    Hey, mind if I send you a pm in a day or two when I'm back home? Id be interested in a trade.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grey Moss View Post
    Hey, mind if I send you a pm in a day or two when I'm back home? Id be interested in a trade.
    Yeah, no problem!

    I'll be heading back to school on the 7th so for anyone interested please contact me at least a few days before then. I can take plants back with me to mail if weather/schedules don't allow, just let me know in advance!
    Last edited by Clue; 12-28-2017 at 04:12 PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Clue View Post
    I'm about halfway done with a big Sarracenia collection cleanup and division. I'll be updating this soon, I'll potentially have some other alata var. alata, rubra Ancestral Form (Crawford Co., GA), 'Hummer's Hammerhead', "Daina's Delight", and leucophylla x purpurea available soon. Shoot me a PM if you're interested in anything or have any questions! Looking for basically anything but I do collect mostly Nepenthes species and Sarracenia. I am also especially interested in some bog associate plants, especially Xyris and Eriocaulon species, and plants from the Gran Sabana and tepuis.

    Sarracenia alata (Tyler Co., TX)_MG_4947_MG_4948
    _MG_4949
    1. Sarracenia alata (Tyler Co., TX) -- a really big, vigorous variety of alata var. alata; 1 extra large rhizome, 11 large rhizomes, and 1 small one; has the dubious distinction of breaking the most plastic pots in my collection!

    _MG_4952
    2. S. purpurea subsp. purpurea f. heterophylla -- a slow grower for me in a warmish Mediterranean climate, won't have these available again for some time. 2 plants available, flowering sized

    Sarracenia flava var. cupreaSarracenia flava var. cuprea
    3. S. flava var. cuprea -- a pretty robust plant that I definitely haven't been growing to its full potential. 1 large and 1 medium division

    S. flava
    4. S. flava typical -- this one's clumped like crazy but never grew too tall for me, probably should have repotted it a long time ago! 9 medium-ish divisions

    S. flava NC
    5. S. flava North Carolina -- a slow growing one for me with a great exaggerated shape, one of my favorites! 2 medium divisions

    _MG_4957_MG_4959
    6. N. ventricosa Red -- a really nice plant but I don't have room for it, comes with a basal shoot.
    7. N. ampullaria x aristolochioides -- another great hybrid but it clearly doesn't appreciate my very cold highland conditions. It's one of the green bodied clones with maroon speckles.

    Nepenthes eymae x ephippiata
    8. N. eymae x ephippiata vine cutting, unrooted
    Interested but I'm broke Bareroot Sarracenia rhizomes + extra Nepenthes plants

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    Sarracenia 'Adrian Slack' x 'Schnell's Ghost'
    1. One XL 'Schnell's Ghost' x 'Adrian Slack'

    2. One M "Daina's Delight"

    Sarracenia leucophylla x purpurea
    3. Two M S. leucophylla x purpurea

    4. Two large clumps, 3 medium divisions of 'Hummer's Hammerhead'

    S. rubra gulfensis "Ancestral Form"
    5. One small division of S. rubra "Ancestral Form" (Crawford Co., GA)

    Sarracenia hybrid
    6. Two divisions of my NOID hybrid -- this plant came from Pyro many years ago as an un-ID'd seedling. It's a really nice plant that I want to start spreading around, it has a very interesting shape.

    S. alata
    7. An absurd amount of XL, L, and small S. alata var. alata -- no location data on this one but it has areoles and keeps its pitchers very well over the winter in mild climates.
    Last edited by Clue; 01-01-2018 at 07:12 PM. Reason: updates
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