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It doesn't take a rocket scientist to know that one of the best S. flava var. rubricorpora populations in the world still exists today in Bay County, FL. Apparently, it does take a genius to explain to the State of Florida that destroying this remaining habitat and not having regulations to protect the remaining sites is beyond ridiculous, seeing how they've already demolished literally everything they possibly could. Bay County encompasses 1,033 sq miles (2,675 km²), and out of all of that land, maybe 10-20 acres of pristine habitat is left. Most of the remaining sites are relic patch
This summer was quite hot and sunny in Germany and the Sarracenia were really happy with this. On many plants I got the best colouration ever, especially with the different red tube varieties of S. flava. But lets start with a very beautiful S. x’Linda Butt’ S. flava var. rubricorpora ‘Burgundy’ MK F26 S. flava var. cuprea ‘runder Deckel’, a simple but very beautiful clone. S. flava var. atropurpurea, Marston Exotics, 1999, MK F174 S. flava var. ornata, Wewahitchka, MK F42 S. x moorei ‘Timothy King’, MK H225 That's all for now, but there are more pictures on my blog: michael