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    Some shots of this year e6cbd13a-4e03-46ae-83ae-62e618112cfa by frangelo54, su Flickr aa8d53a0-4fda-47cf-904a-9da6f6f57cbe by frangelo54, su Flickr dad663f0-50cb-4767-82dd-e47582387c1c by frangelo54, su Flickr bbf69f2a-be85-4cd5-9c46-01afeecc29b3 by frangelo54, su Flickr dada3039-5982-41d5-b501-094305e77c7e by frangelo54, su Flickr eb7cc11f-d5e6-479f-94c3-3ee32a1475c4 by frangelo54, su Flickr cefbbcbd-b5a7-48f5-8827-62b223fbb1b5 by frangelo54, su Flickr b5ae4ec7-14ad-493d-819f-f386cb77727f by frangelo54, su Flickr d3032141-7a42-4c38-b2e6-73a801b00ee3 by frangelo54, su Flickr f6b3d93b-f9be-472e-a5c9-f99367f0dcb7 by frangelo54, su Flickr
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    A little while ago I bought this S.psittacina from Hampshire Carnivorous Plants. As you can see, it's got lots of dead leaves. Should I leave them there or trim them all off? Thanks. Guy
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    Dead leaves can be completely removed although it can be fiddly to do. This species (along with purpurea and hybrids of the two) retain their leaves longer than other Sarracnia and therefore shouldn't have an annual 'haircut'. Just remove as they die off like you do with Darlingtonia. This species also likes to be very wet. Mike King and myself grow them in trays of water and live sphagnum just floating bare root in there. They seem to like it, although the Sphagnum quite often needs trimming back to stop it smothering the pstitts.
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    50cb64a8-f96e-41ba-9106-6195539ae7e8 by frangelo54, su Flickr bdea3281-2e11-4240-8970-4797a227227c by frangelo54, su Flickr b1e9ae46-38de-40ff-8b28-51439e681d59 by frangelo54, su Flickr b6f1a4ae-4ac7-4e15-b3e5-5079d6564506 by frangelo54, su Flickr e7d91c4d-99ca-4ddf-aca3-4c4dd5533a3c by frangelo54, su Flickr b72978da-5410-49ec-bc09-582092e1d636 by frangelo54, su Flickr b10db376-6385-4703-946d-2a2ab262169b by frangelo54, su Flickr 5725f24a-e979-4593-a125-c49ece43aaf8 by frangelo54, su Flickr 588ce04c-ff88-4a85-82ef-1230d9c363b8 by frangelo54, su Flickr 2951b5ca-81b1-42af-b18b-0030ba3f5fd0 by frangelo54, su Flickr