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Wow. What is the name of plant #7 in the 'self made' post (looks like a flava ornata)? Same question for #8 in the 'others' post (very red with massive lid)? I want both those plants.

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Very impressive collection! Glad to see more folks sharing pics of their collection-keep up the good work!

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excellent "normal" sarracenia Francesco.

I still dont like the lidless form though,it is just wrong. I don't think it would do well in nature,it would probably fill with rain water and fall over.

Each to their own though.

More of the excellent normal sarra's please,i love the intensity of colour.

I've just noticed your "manky" too,any photos of it? i know its mikes F70 but would like to see if you get it to go like Aidans with the inverse veination,i ve never seen it do this at Mikes and would like to see if they are the same plant(mike says they are)but i have no proof yet.

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Typical post of yours.... takes ages to load but is completely worth it! :D:tu:

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I've just noticed your "manky" too,any photos of it? i know its mikes F70 but would like to see if you get it to go like Aidans with the inverse veination,i ve never seen it do this at Mikes and would like to see if they are the same plant(mike says they are)but i have no proof yet.

I've just read Aidan's thread on manky. He says its growing in Moorland Gold, have you tried this to get the colour and inverse veining? I believe Mike only uses peat. I wonder if this is how Aidan achieves the colour in his sarras I can't as yet replicate. Or it could be just geography :rainingsmile: Time for an experiment with MG I think.

Great plants BTW!

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Great plants! The lidless look a bit weird tho'!

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Wow. What is the name of plant #7 in the 'self made' post (looks like a flava ornata)? Same question for #8 in the 'others' post (very red with massive lid)? I want both those plants.

The 7th plant of my crossings is a cross between a F.rubricorpora x F.cuprea

The 8th is Kimber Red Ruffles...can't remember if it is a proper CV or not... however F.atroporpurea (IMO probably introgressed with leuco, since the wavy lid)

Regarding F70 Manky, I did not post any pic of it: just received a piece from MK this year...it should take a pair of years yet so we can see its colours...

Thank you guys! :)

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The 7th plant of my crossings is a cross between a F.rubricorpora x F.cuprea

The 8th is Kimber Red Ruffles...can't remember if it is a proper CV or not... however F.atroporpurea (IMO probably introgressed with leuco, since the wavy lid)

Regarding F70 Manky, I did not post any pic of it: just received a piece from MK this year...it should take a pair of years yet so we can see its colours...

Thank you guys! :)

Thanks Frencesco. If you're ever inclined to sell a division of the rubricorpra x cuprea hybrid please let me know.

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Regarding F70 Manky, I did not post any pic of it: just received a piece from MK this year...it should take a pair of years yet so we can see its colours...

Francesco,its in the background of your third picture.

ada

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Regarding F70 Manky, I did not post any pic of it: just received a piece from MK this year...it should take a pair of years yet so we can see its colours...

Francesco,its in the background of your third picture.

ada

Yup I see it clear as day.

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Regarding F70 Manky, I did not post any pic of it: just received a piece from MK this year...it should take a pair of years yet so we can see its colours...

Francesco,its in the background of your third picture.

ada

Adrian you have the eyes like a hawk. :yes:

For the moment the color of the Manky is this.

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Others plants self made

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Two S. X moorei with long lid sisters, one green and the other Red

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L14pw yellow flower x L2mk

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Some seedlings of promising moorei

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F26mk burgundy selfpollinated

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che te lo dico a fare, le tue piante sembrano delle modelle. :wub:

numero uno!!!

puro incanto :cheers: .

beautiful plants, looking like supermodels!

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Beautiful pics!

I love the "home-made" pure species "hybrids." Taking two different leuco clones from different locations and crossing them, for example, often times results in some amazing offspring.

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