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    JTerry85's Sarracenia Thread

    They're finally here!!!!!! S. Purpurea venosa S. Flava "Copper Top" And they even threw in a VFT!! Sorry about the quality of this one but it's pretty tiny, probably as big around as a penny. Bristle Tooth
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    Conserving Sarracenia and other CP's on Fort Jackson

    Hi everyone! It was brought to my attention on another forum that here on Fort Jackson, South Carolina that sarr's and other CP's grow locally around some of the ponds and lakes out in the training areas but they are being choked out by other local and non-local invasive species. I just got...
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    JTerry85's Sarracenia Thread

    Thanks for the tips Steve, That particular S. Rubra is one hardy plant! I got it September of last year and left it outside and forgot about it as I went to Drill Sergeant School. I was amazed to find it not only still alive but actually flowering! The next order of business for me is to find an...
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    JTerry85's Sarracenia Thread

    S. flava var "copper top" and S. Purpurea venosa, these are the first plants I've ever ordered so I'm anxious to see how they fare being shipped bare root.
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    JTerry85's Sarracenia Thread

    Thanks for the ID help hcarlton! I'll go ahead and label this one then. I can't wait for my new sarr's to show up. I've already learned a lot since reading these forums and one of the things I've got to change out is the perlite I'm using. The only available perlite I found was the miracle-gro...
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    JTerry85's Sarracenia Thread

    And here are a couple pictures as promised.
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    JTerry85's Sarracenia Thread

    Hi everyone! I know the title normally suggests pictures which I will be happily providing later today. But for now I wanted to share my excitement with everyone. I only have one unknown S. Rubra hybrid at the moment but it has three flowers about to bloom! And on top of that I just ordered S...
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