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Plantsman89    13

A selection of plants from my collection, including N. hamata (an unidentified AW clone), S. flava var flava cv Maxima, N x hookeriana, S. flava var rubricorpora 2nd site Sandy Creek Road FL, S. flava var ornata 'Dwarf' Apalachicola FL, S. alata var rubrioperculata Whites Crossing De Soto MS, S. flava var atropupurea Blackwater River State Forest FL (MK-F27c) and S. oreophila var oreophila Clay Co NC

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3Star    28

Are you sure of the ID of the plant you have said is Leah Wilkerson ?

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Plantsman89    13
23 hours ago, 3Star said:

Are you sure of the ID of the plant you have said is Leah Wilkerson ?

I hope so. I was thinking the other day about its ID and comparing it to the other two I have. 

 

 

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3Star    28

It's just that I have never seen one coloured up to that extent. Mine has a red throat patch and a red tinge to the edge of the hood but that's it ! Perhaps it's that warm southern climate that does it :sun_bespectacled:

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Plantsman89    13
12 hours ago, 3Star said:

It's just that I have never seen one coloured up to that extent. Mine has a red throat patch and a red tinge to the edge of the hood but that's it ! Perhaps it's that warm southern climate that does it :sun_bespectacled:

Ah good point, we have been bathed in a lot sun and had very little rain. It's only in the last couple of weeks we've had cloud cover and rain, rain rain... 

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Plantsman89    13

A selection of S. leucophylla var leucophylla, looking rather spectacular already. I can't wait to see what they look like with their second flush of pitchers. 

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Plantsman89    13

A cracking find in a local garden centre, one S. purpurea ssp venosa var venosa

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S. purpurea ssp venosa var burkii

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S. flava var cuprea MK-F90

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S. flava var atropurpurea Blackwater River State Forest FL MK-F27c Not as colourful as I'd have hope, it really didn't like being repotted. 

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Plantsman89    13

S cv 'Bella'

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S. alata var rubrioperculata White's Crossing MS, my favourite S. alata in the collection

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Two of the tallest Sarracenia in my collection, S. flava var flava cv Maxima (Slack's Maxima) and S x Moorei 'Marston Clone'

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S x Moorei 'Marston Clone' is looking absolutely stunning this year

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