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Sarracenia 'Wilkerson's Red' F2

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Here are some pics of individual plants taken 5/24/08.


Psitt x Minor Okee
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Catesbaei Open Hood
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Nice S. Moorei
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S. Flava Coppertop
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Another view of S. Flava Coppertop
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S. Flava Rubricorpora x Moorei Big Red - Select Clone
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Another Clone of S. Flava Rubricorpora x Moorei Big Red just coloring up!
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S. Flava Ornata
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S. Oreophila (Biggest pitchers I have ever seen!)
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S. Flava Ornata "Caramel Delight"
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Group of S. Moorei Big Red just opened and starting to color up
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S. Flying Nun (Flava x Oreo) x Purp (This pic doesn't do the plant justice. The hood is HUGE and at least two or three times the size of the mouth.)
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Just a pic that I took that I really like. You can see the Sarr pitchers and flowers and also flowers of P. Caerulea.
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Flava section in greenhouse.


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Two separate S.x harperi x flava 'Burgundy' clones. Cracking colour - they stand out in the red tubes above.


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Four separate S.x 'Brook's Hybrid' x flava var. ornata clones


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S.x flava var. cuprea x purpurea ssp. purpurea forma heterophylla


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S.x catesbaei x oreophila


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H75 S. leucophylla x minor var. okefenokeesis


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F18 S. flava var. rugelii giant


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H27 S.x moorei


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S.x 'Judith Hindle' x (oreophila x minor)


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S. leucophylla Apalachicola, Florida just opening.


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H138 S.x leucophylla x oreophila


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S.x (flava var. rubricorpora x leucophylla) x flava var. maxima. Copper coloured at first before turning more and more apple green.


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S. flava var. maxima Shand's Bog, Virginia
 

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S.x flava var. cuprea x moorei


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S. oreophila DeKalb County, Alabama


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Oreophila and friends. Sand Mountain clone just growing mini pitchers this year for some reason.


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S.x oreophila Sand Mountain, Alabama x flava var. atropurpurea Blackwater, Florida


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F49 S. flava var. rugelii


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Seedlings
 
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Alexis, Those are some amazing pics!! Very nice! Just curious, in the third pic of your last post, what is the all green Sarr close to the middle of the pic with the long hood?? I REALLY like it! Is it something like Flava x Alata?
 

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Alexis, Those are some amazing pics!! Very nice! Just curious, in the third pic of your last post, what is the all green Sarr close to the middle of the pic with the long hood?? I REALLY like it! Is it something like Flava x Alata?

Hi Bucky. Do you mean this pic? http://www.violetmount.com/May/oreofriends.jpg
It's an unknown hybrid with yellow flava-eque flowers. I think it's a catesbaei x flava. It grows taller pitchers later on.

lexis, is this a specific kind of S. flava? Mine made a pitcher before exactly like that.
And hi to you Mr Capensis too! That plant is a flava var. rubricorpora from Apalachicola, FL. It has a very short neck though, not like a lot of flavas.
 
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And hi to you Mr Capensis too! That plant is a flava var. rubricorpora from Apalachicola, FL. It has a very short neck though, not like a lot of flavas.

O_O. How nice :D. It recently made a picther, but it doesn't look like the previous pitcher. The first pitcher was able to make (as in it wasn't attacked) looked like that ( of course not as big since it's suppose to be 3 years old and a little curved). But the second one hasthe same short neck, but it's green. So, this means my vendor either messed up because the tag only had S. flava or gave me any kind of flava. It's nice looking, though. Thank you Alexis
 
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What kind of flava were you supposed to receive?

var. flava, var. rugelii, var. rubricorpora etc.?

Um, I don't think it was suppose to be a perticular kind. The order was of a '5 species collection'. What's weird to me is that it just said S. flava and not S. flava rubricorpora. I guess it was supposed to be a random selection of 5 different kind of Sarracenias. ???
 
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