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For ive been getting more into sarrs lately, i must say even more than neps at this moment....
So, obviously im looking for a few sarrs to add to my collection.

S. 'Leah Wilkerson'
S. 'Adrian Slack' (fat chance, i know)
S. leucophylla 'Schnells Ghost'
any beautifully colored variety of xMoorei
any beautifully colored variations of oreo x leuco or leuco x oreo
S. 'Leah's Child'
S. 'Wilkerson's Red'


For trade ive got the following
N. rokko clone A x hamata
N. bicalcarata 'red' (good sized one)
N. burkei BE
N. singalana 'Belirang'
N. spectabilis 'Pangulobau'
N. densiflora with a basal
N. copelandii Mt Apo
N. talangensis with a nice healthy basal
Darlingtonia californica 'Mountain' stolons
C. follicularis seedgrown
H. minor
S. leucophylla 'Hurricane Creek White'
 
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I could take a division of leuco "tarnok", or Flava sp. Maxima

The latter is really cool, but I would hate to take a division of it (Its my favorite) Its a flava that's not antoyin(whatever it is) free, but is naturally yellow. It starts out with red however.
 

Redflytrap

"Planting oblivion,beating reason back..." -[Ven 5
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I have a huge mature multi-crowned plant of a
"Beautifully colored variation of oreo x leuco or leuco x oreo"
Interested?
 
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Interesting timing ... just as they're going to sleep ... :sleep:

Best of luck w/ your quest.

Lol Ron, its perfect timing for me since they wont be all freaked out from repotting and act retarded like they usually do for me after i just receive them bareroot during winter lol.

SDCPs - ive got both of the mentioned sarras there, leuco tarnok is very easy to come by, ive got a few....thanks though....

RFT - do you happen to have photos of the pitchers of this plant?
 
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Why don't you like tarnok? Its so easy to grow! I might be interested in trading something, I've never grown heliamphora, or darlingtonia. I have a white top that I'm considering registering. I would call it "super swamp ghost". You can try it out, but it may not make pitchers if you don't give it blazing hot sun. Tarnok on the left, "super swamp ghost" on the right:

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SirKristoff, I would kill for several on that list, but I have none of what you are looking for. :hail:




CP, I'd be game on a piece of that SSG leuc. The whiter, the more I love 'em!
 

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S. 'Leah Wilkerson'
S. 'Adrian Slack' (fat chance, i know)

Good luck.

I had a Leah Wilkerson once. I bought it in the Fall though, so, it didn't pitcher, and it died in my car accident. Waste of $80.
 
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Got myself a Leah Wilkerson....Adrian Slack would be nice too, but its not near as nice as Leah Wilkerson in my opinion...i love the color and the size of the plants......my gosh lol. not to mention the peristome of the plant is outstanding for a sarracenia....
 

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Ok Kris, I dug up some photos (and took new ones)
Only one of the photos is old. The rest I just took.
They look crummy because they are shutting down.

These are Peter D'Amato's S. oreophila 'Sand mountain' x leucophylla

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Skeleton showing off Sarracenia
For kicks and giggles:
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-Jack
 
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