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That veitchii x burbidgeae looks very healthy. How long have you had it?

Since around September of 2015

Very nice plants there! I always found it interesting that the D. burmannii "giant red form" is far less red than other varieties. That's the only one I grow and it only gets pink.

Yeah, I found that odd as well, I've never been able to make it get any darker than pink
 
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Yeah, I found that odd as well, I've never been able to make it get any darker than pink
I did actually see a plant recently, just a single plant growing by itself in a pot that was significantly larger and more red. The grower told me that's the only way that variety will show its true form. I may have to try it out.
 

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S. x catesbaei is a really nice plant, I cant get enough of those.

Also, those are some of the most crystalline dew shots ive ever seen.
what camera do you use?
 
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S. flava var. ornata, FL



S. oreophila 'Sand Mountain' - for some reason these guys decided to throw up another set of pitchers in the middle of August


S. purpurea ssp. purpurea f. heterophylla


S. psittacina Covington Co. AL found a friend



S. "Blood Moon" x 'Leah Wilkerson', freebie from calen


S. flava var. cuprea - the color of the lids is mostly masked by some sort of sooty black mold that grew when the lids started secreting nectar


S. 'Reptilian Rose' is starting to look a little bit crispy



S. purpurea ssp. purpurea Tattnall Co. GA


S. minor var. okefenokeensis Charlton Co. GA


S. flava "Extreme Red Throat" - it produced a more shapely pitcher earlier in the season but that one seems to have come down with a mild case of indigestion...


S. rubra ssp. wherryi "Chatom Giant"


S. leucophylla var. alba


S. leucophylla


S. 'Judith Hindle' - was a lot larger last year and I almost lost it to rot this winter, but since I was able to save most of the rhizome I guess I don't have too much to complain a lot about


S. flava var. rugelii - a nice chunky plant originally from Oudean's Willow Creek Nursery, I definitely prefer the early season pitchers on this plant



Big red S. x catesbaei


S. rubra ssp. rubra - like miniature prairie dogs...



Seedling of S. (rubra x purpurea)F2 x "Blood Moon"


same cross, different individual


Although the majority of my CP collection is Drosera I don't grow too many temperates...I should fix that very promptly.

D. filiformis


D. intermedia Black Bear Lake Monmouth Co. NJ - I think I also saw some D. x eloisiana in there, I need to keep the two separated more effectively.
 
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That flava is really something special. I like your vogelli too. How big is it's leafspan?
 
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I've been liking that flava more and more too...wasn't too much to look at when the pitchers first opened but the veins have really filled in. The vogelii measured leaf-to-leaf is about a foot across now, the internodes are starting to lengthen so I expect it'll leave the rosette stage soon.
 
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