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Here's a very peculiar yet outstanding moorei that stuck out of the crowd for it's slight golden color, oddly shaped "back" (hence the unglamorous name) and leucophylla dominant phenotype. The parent plant was a vigorous S. flava var. rugelii Covington Co, AL (this was used as the pod parent) and the pollen donor was a wide, somewhat circular-mouthed, bright white S. leucophylla Covington Co, AL. Despite being man-made, this hybrid is still true to location. It was surprising that the leucophylla genes were so strong in this cross. Had I not divulged the details of the cross, one may
here's an amazing clone bred by Brooks Garcia and grown out by Rob Co. The name is in honor of Adrian Slack and Leah Wilkerson-2 legacies in the carnivorous plant world that will live past our time. Photos below were taken in late April/early May. A proven winner even when grown outdoors, which in my mind, makes it a solid cultivar. This is one of the most outstanding plants I've ever seen: One last photo, and yes, these pics definitely do this clone justice! Just to make sure I didn't open a can of worms: Rob is still working on this clone, and has intentions to
some new photos of the yet-to-be registered S. x Elaine Wang, taken 8/23/13. For those of you not familiar with this new clone, it's a cross between S. x Adrian Slack x Judith Hindle. This one got the best of both worlds. This plant seems to produce some really nice fall pitchers, and aside from what you see below, there seems to be even more in the process of developing: the mug shot: Shots from above: