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  1. Best to ask the seller isn´t it?
  2. Hello Cedric-666 and thanks for your answer and yes you are right, it´s always in the eye of the beholder.I also like plants with a strong blotch and I also don´t like plants with strange and abnormal shapes of pitchers and yes upright lids looks un-natural and truly ugly to me too.
  3. Hello Phil First off all I´m talking about hybrids.Thats may not clear in my former post.Sorry.So there are a lot of plants which can be in my collection. What I mean is if you got for example a moorei and the tube is not big and not spectacular in color nor in any other point then there is no reason to keep this plant.There are enough great moorei plants.On the other hand when you got a plant from a cross which has normal color and everything else is also normal but it´s a very vigorous plant then it´s worth to keep. Regards Alexander
  4. Got mine from Paul Gardner. http://forum.carnivoren.org/index.php?/topic/37240-flava-goldie-und-friends/?p=180062
  5. Do you have a Sarracenias with two different pitchers on one plant? If yes show us a picture. Alexander
  6. Thank you Steve and Dave. @Dave I still don´t like plants like S.naczii because of the shape of the tube.But it´s only my subjective taste.So here is my list for why is a seed grown plant not worse to hold.Remember it´s only me. :-) 1) The pitcher is neither upright like flava or leucophylla nor a pitcher like purpurea has 2) The pitcher is nearly like flava but has a hump because purpurea is in the cross 3) The lid is too small or too big compared to the rest of the pitcher 4) The plant is a very slow grower 5) The color is not unusual 6) All pitcher has a deformed mouth 7) All pitchers are a bit deformed with little areas which looks dented 8) The red color looks much more brown Thats it for the moment. Alexander
  7. Thank you Steve for the reply but what is a characteristic on a seed grown plant you don´t like? Alexander
  8. Hello Mike and thanks for the reply.I agree with the most you have said and showed.Only the S. x naczii is not a great cultivar for me because it neither has the upright nor a pitcher like purpurea.It´s in-between and only red colour is not enough. So may it´s better to ask."What is a reason for a cultivar that he´s not worse to grow. Alexander
  9. Hello What do you mean how to decide that a Sarracenia seed grown plant is a good or a bad one.What a seed grown Sarracenia plant has to have or what is a sign for a bad plant? Thanks for answering Alexander
  10. I wait 4-5 years because every year there is a change in the potential.But I grow them without fertilizer so if you use some it´s may faster. Alexander
  11. Hello Riv Do you mean this plant? http://forum.carnivoren.org/uploads/monthly_05_2014/post-469-0-16435500-1399672356.jpg It´s a normal Sarracenia flava var atropurpurea all red Blackwater Classic SF35 but you are right.This year it´s a real stunner. Alexander
  12. http://forum.carnivoren.org/index.php?/topic/37322-sarracenia-von-oben/?p=180742
  13. Hello and thanks.I realized the meadow near the house last year.It´s made out off a poor mixture with 50% sand.I sowed wild flowers and this spring I started to plant some orchids inbetween like Anacamptis pyramidalis, Dactylorhiza incarnata and Dactylorhiza maculata. Others will follow. Have had this dream for a long time. Alexander
  14. http://forum.carnivoren.org/index.php?/topic/37292-kleiner-überblick/ Hope you like.
  15. http://forum.carnivoren.org/index.php?/topic/37239-die-ersten-neuen-sarracenia-schläuche-und-anderes/?p=180054
  16. Here a S .flava goldie with yellow pitcher, then again but with another normal S. flava sussex in green and at least with a seedgrown S.flava ornata which is mostly as yellow as S. flava goldie is. http://forum.carnivoren.org/index.php?/topic/37240-flava-goldie-und-friends/?p=180062 Alexander
  17. My best pot for the moment and it´s a S.flava I bought 35 years ago and made many many divisions.Also some nice P.grandiflora flowering in the pot. Hope you like. http://forum.carnivoren.org/index.php?/topic/37116-bester-sarracenia-topf/#entry179217
  18. Why didn´t you make a Beatles Haircut? :-)
  19. http://forum.carnivoren.org/index.php?/topic/37056-erste-impressionen-für-2014/
  20. You can pick them up and put them in a GA3 solution and after sow them again.
  21. Sorry but they need stratification.GA3 is perfect.
  22. Fantastic plants and great pictures as always. Great hybrids there.
  23. Hope you like http://forum.carnivoren.org/index.php?/topic/36525-die-letzten-schönen-sarracenia-die-es-um-die-jahreszeit-noch-gibt/
  24. Long time I had to wait. http://forum.carnivoren.org/index.php?/topic/34758-pnguicula-orchidioides-mit-tochterzwiebeln/?p=173690 Hope you like Alexander
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