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    Leaves on S. purpurea are known to last upward of 3 years in some localities. The tips of the oldest may be well-browned and crisp, but the overall leaf can remain active a very long time.
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    My concern is this statement - often a problem with novice growers and 'upgrading' the pot. What type of soil did you use? Nutrients in the soil (eg potting soil) harm the plant.
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    Hello everyone, I bought a Sarracenia from Bauhaus and I need help on identifying the specie. On following I can gladly accept tips about it. I already repotted to a bigger and deeper pot. Thank you.

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    Wow Sarracenia!! It is a genus comprising 8 to 11 species of North American pitcher plants, commonly known as trumpet pitchers. The genus belongs to the family Sarraceniaceae, that also contain the closely allied genera Darlingtonia and Heliamphora.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GeorgeVance View Post
    Wow Sarracenia!! It is a genus comprising 8 to 11 species of North American pitcher plants, commonly known as trumpet pitchers. The genus belongs to the family Sarraceniaceae, that also contain the closely allied genera Darlingtonia and Heliamphora.
    This doesn't really help answer the question, and is information that is pretty readily found on most CP website and/or is common knowledge for most growers of these species.
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