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  1. Not sure if I have shown any of these pictures but here are some from a naturalized population of Sarracenias in Central Jutland, Denmark. As can be seen a lot of hybridization appears here.
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  2. Unkown HybridsBicalHookerianamirabilisampsRaffsRigidfoliaLeonardoi
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  3. Bonjour a good solution the bacillus thurigiensius for the larvae but not for the adult , uses for them yellow gooey plates , I think it is necessary to eradicate the 2 otherwise the problem will come back jeff
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  4. Both red and af clones from this site. Obviously cold hardy.
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  5. Just sharing a few clones of Sarracenia purpurea Montana from Transylvania Co. NC. These are stunning and truly cold hardy plants. Note the winter color differences between two clones standing next to each other.
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