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First 2010 pictures (sarracenia, vfts)

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U. asplundii

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S. alata black tube, very pubescent

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Sarracenia hybrid, probably readii

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Sarracenia S246/2007 Unknown hybrid with huge lid

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B52

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Microdent

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Red Piranha

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Tiger Teeth

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S. flava rugelli, copper tinged F17 MK

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S. flava var flava yellow pitchers

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Monster Cuprea, East of Supply Road, NC

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S. flava var ornata "filiformis"

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S. (purpurea X flava maxima marston)

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S. "Heliamphoroides"

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S. (wrigelyana X excellens) X minor

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S leucophylla antho-free L46 MK

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S. minor var minor BCP

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S.minor var minor Fitzgerald, Ben Hill Country, Georgia, bumpy windows

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S. rosea Chipola Giant

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A guest

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Sarracenia leucophylla "Finestre Grandi"

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Group

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Wow!! it's the first time I see S. 'heliamphoroides' and it's incredible... Where do you get it?

Fantastic plants :rolleyes:

Edited by Marcos

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Wonderfull plants! They look really nice!

Thanks for sharing.

About those lidless things, you can aquire them if you get a F25A claret from Mike King, then you need to self pollinate it and you will get these deformed plants...

Good luck!

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Excellent photo's, thanks for posting. Many great plants.

Alex.

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Great plants as always!

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Thanks all for the nice comments!

Good to see also that your Chipola Giant is doing well!

Yes the Chipola is really awesome, one of my favourites plants! Unfortunately aborted the flower so I'll have to wait the next year to se it!

Hope your "Glider" is doing great too.

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