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Nice specimen Sarracenia, 2010

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Here are some shots from may through June of 2010 from my collection.

a nice population of S. minor var. okefenokeensis from Ware Co, GA. There's a lot of genetic diversity from this population. Many differ in shape and color, but they all can get gigantic. Plants grow the biggest during Indian summers (extended summer weather)


This clone is really stocky, and greener than the others:


The endangered S. oreophila tub. Flava rugelii's in the background.


A select S. flava var. ornata f-1 seedling showing great potential.


S. flava var. rubricorpora clone T-plant speaks for itself!


S. flava var. atropurpurea


Another S. flava var. atropurpurea shot


S. flava var. rugelii clone Ax clone B-these are some of my favorite plants because of the neon yellow color


S. rubra wherryi best clone


S. purp. purp f. heterophylla f-1 improved seedlings-turns neon yellow in optimal conditions


Group of S. purpurea ssp. purpurea f. heterophylla f-1 improved seedlings.


S. purpurea ssp. purpurea f-1 from the District of Muskoka, ON. An impressive plant-the mother plants had the biggest pitchers I've ever seen on purpureas.


S. leuco 'red' x minor 'giant-imagine a super-sized S. x excellens that has better coloration-that's what this clone is:


The famous S. x Adrian Slack. The pitchers in this photo had just opened, so the color is not as intense as it was a month later:


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Edited by meizwang

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Great plants and photo's.

I especially like the S. flava var. ornata f-1 seedling, S. flava var. atropurpurea and the famous S. x Adrian Slack.

Well done

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A very attractive excellens you have there. I'm very jealous!!

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WOW stunning plants, makes me wish I could grow Sarras but the high temps and low humidity here burns them to a crisp...

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