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Hello, Here’s some pictures of what still looks good at the moment.

Conecuh leuco from seed

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Conecuh leuco from seed

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Russell rd leuco

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Russell rd leuco

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Schnell’s ghost,nearly 3 feet tall

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Schnell’s ghost,nearly 3 feet tall

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Schnell’s ghost,nearly 3 feet tall

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Schnell’s ghost,nearly 3 feet tall

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Giant pink lip and purple/white leuco’s

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Giant pink lip and purple/white leuco’s

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Conecuh leuco,titan in the middle

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Conecuh leuco,titan in the middle

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L107F Wilkerson bog

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Santa rosa leuco 75mm wide mouth

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White top,perdido and a hosford leuco

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White top,perdido and a hosford leuco

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Antho free leuco

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Antho free leuco

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Antho free leuco

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Blackwater leuco from seed

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Blackwater leuco from seed

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Leuco,garcon point F

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Spring and autumn pitchers

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Antho free leuco x antho free r.jonesii

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Conecuh leuco again

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Leuco alba form

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L107F

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Red darlingtonia with othello

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Red darlingtonia with othello

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Inversed veined flava from seed

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Ada

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Looking great Adrain, you seem to find more Leucos then i can!

That inverse veined Flava looks great too, can't get over that! (Get a division ready :sarcastic_hand: )

Thanks for posting,

Dan

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Ada.

Conecuh, Inverse vein and Othello division please lol.

Will loan you Dianne to do what you please with....Potting, Gardening, Dishes....NO, not that, she only does that for pings and from me.

Or can swap you for something on the list.

Joking aside (half joking) (about the list I mean) I have been amazed about the lack of Darlingtonia othello available and can see no reason for this as it's been documented for many years and must have divided many times in peoples collection yet it is hardly seen and when it is it's tiny offsets.

Anyway give me divisions I sort you good time.

Professional as always.

Ian.

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Ian, that's a kind offer, what does Dianne think?

Othello can be hard to grow properly.Its o.k when small ,but doesn't like frost.it tends to nip at the small growth points(stolons)tips.When more mature it doesn't like heat,i find the cooler you can keep the whole plant in summer the better.

Mine only gets very early morning sun and is in a very cool/draughty position by the small greenhouse door.

As for divisions,i wish i had more of all of them right now!

You know how it is with rare/rarer plants,but give it time.

ada

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