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  1. I have a tiny purp like that. Mine came from Jerry Addington.
  2. You will. Its pretty easy once you get the hole dug and filled with media.
  3. I don't do anything to my bog besides get the weeds out. I cover it If the temps dip below freezing but my bog just grows naturally. Right now it's rainy season and the bog does have sitting water but it doesn't sit long enough to effect anything negatively. Plants are a lot happier in the bog than pots.
  4. Thanks Gavin! It's around 5 years old.
  5. My bog has holes a lil more than halfway to the top. It stays very boggy. If you have the energy I'd replace the liner.
  6. I use a variety of fertilizer in my pitchers. Even miracle gro.
  7. Yes, you can skip dormancy the first couple years.
  8. I've had them take months to germinate. I grow both of the seed you're terminating outdoors and bring them in during the winter.
  9. They should be fine. Drosera seeds can take a while to germinate.
  10. Try doing a fridge stray...its more controlled and you get better results. Just put the seeds on a moist paper towel, put the paper towel in a baggie and leave in the fridge for 6 weeks. Take out and plant like usual. That's it:).
  11. Some of my seed grown #sarracenia...young and old. S. leucophylla 'Hurricane Creek White' S. 'Leigha Simone' S. 'Leigha Simone' sibling Seed grown flava S. 'Orange Fire' x flava var ornata Seed grown flavas S. Moorei-Pinkish Top x areolata giant S. "Karsyn Elise" S. 'Leah Wilkerson' OP seedling
  12. Nothing for me either.
  13. Seed grown oreophila x 'Leah Wilkerson' made by Fred P DSCF9275 by Eric Morrow, on Flickr DSCF9287 by Eric Morrow, on Flickr Doreens Colossus DSCF9276 by Eric Morrow, on Flickr seed grown 'Leah Wilkerson' x flava var rubricoprpora made by Fred P DSCF9278 by Eric Morrow, on Flickr S. flava var rugelli-"fall line" DSCF9279 by Eric Morrow, on Flickr S. flava var rubricorpora-Liberty co fla from Mike Wang DSCF9280 by Eric Morrow, on Flickr seed grown flava DSCF9281 by Eric Morrow, on Flickr S. flava var atropurpurea-Blackwater(F27A MK) DSCF9284 by Eric Morrow, on Flickr S. flava var atropurpurea-all red-Blackwater DSCF9285 by Eric Morrow, on Flickr
  14. I keep a fan on my sarracenia and the GH is constantly receiving fresh air. Fresh air into the greenhouse is always better than stagnant air and fans simulate wind and help strengthen cell walls in your plants. So, yes...air exchange is a good thing:).