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  1. I've had a Nepenthes for ages now bought as N.Alata but I see such variation when I see images of others sold as the same and images of Ventrata looking extremely similar to mine too... Heres some pics of mine, what do people think it is? True Alata or hybrid?...
  2. Hey guys, I received this CP, and it's my first Nepenthes, I'd like a little help about the lightning and the health of my new plant ok? Thanks in advance!!!! and hear it is:
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  4. Hi all, due to recent warm temps, some of my plants are starting to flower I want to see your flowers, so post here. What does this look like? (S. oreophila "sand hill mt. x UCB")?- this one is on my windowsill to make hybrids Hard to see, but look inside the growing point, looks like a yellow/green ball-S. flava var, flava from Parker's giveaway this summer In natural light: And a S. alata from Rual Hernandez Their will no doubt be more, but this is it for know, i will update when i see a visible stalk. Post any flower pics you have know though
  5. Hi all, I have three different clones of Sarracenia alata together with three bits of location/description data, but I am unsure which belongs to which as over the years they have been mixed up! I'm hoping some of you here will be able to help out with a positive ID? The clone descriptions are: Sarracenia alata - Jackson MI Sarracenia alata - red throat 2 Sarracenia alata - heavily veined in throat, W. Louisiana Here are example photos of the three clones (see below for my personal findings)... S.12 Plant: S.12 Pitcher: S.12 Flower: S.15 Pitcher: S.15 Pitcher: S.16 Pitcher: S.16 Flower: My notes/findings: S.12 has a very pointed hood to the pitcher, which cannot really be seen clearly in the photos (I can try and get a better one if it helps?). It develops no noticeable redness to the underside of the hood/pitcher opening and has limited venation. S.15 has a definite waviness to the hood edge. Strong red colouration under the lid and many veins. S.16 has a definite bulge to the top of the pitcher just before the opening. Strong red colouration under the lid and many veins. This clone grows very tall and although not noticeable in the example photo above, the pitcher lid is almost at a right angle to the back of the pitcher, i.e. creating a flat topped C-shape profile when viewed from the side (I can get a better photo if needed).
  6. From the album Stu plant's

    Sarracenia alata

    © Stuart Keeler

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    Sarracenia alata

    © Stuart Keeler

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    Sarracenia alata

    © Stuart Keeler

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    Sarracenia alata

    © Stuart Keeler

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    Sarracenia alata

    © Stuart Keeler

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    Sarracenia alata

    © Stuart Keeler

  12. From the album Stu plant's

    Sarracenia alata

    © Stuart Keeler