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Some Pictures of today...good colors on this time =)

SX33 S.'Orange Fire'

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SXM17 S.x Moorei -- Wilkerson's red, Walton Co, Floride

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SXM14 S.x Moorei -- Leah’s Child

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SXM31 S.x Moorei -- `Adrian Slack’ (S x moorei), Barry Meyers-Rice(H113,MK)

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SXM28 S.x Moorei -- Pinkish top, Derek Clavell-Bate/Norman Parker(H87,MK)

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SXM55 S.x Moorei -- #1, Sunbelle exotics usa

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SXM27 S.x Moorei -- Green, Marston Exotics(H63,MK)

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SXM47 S.x Moorei -- (leucophylla "purple lips" x flava cuprea) (Phil Faulisi hybrid)

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SXM07 S.x Moorei -- Clone 2

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SXM45 S.x Moorei -- (Wes Buckner Clone)

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SXM61 S.x Moorei -- “Timothy King” ,( moorei cross in 2003), (H225,MK)

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SXM18 S.x Moorei -- Wilkerson's white knight, North Walton Country,Floride

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SXM75 S.x Moorei -- All red clone, own cross 2003 (L18 x F18 select) (H260 MK)

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SXM71 S.x Moorei -- red high picther

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SL28 S. leucophylla -- pink and purple pitchers, vigorous and tall plant

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Sarracenia x camisole

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SL37 S. leucophylla -- red/white , Mobile, Co ,very large form

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S. leucophylla

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SA21 S. alata -- All red, De Soto National Forest. Large wide, red lid,W(PW), (A22 MK)

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SXM41 S.x Moorei -- Florida, W, S. flava var. rugelii x leucophylla (H34 MK)

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Sarracenia leah wilkerson imposter

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SXM15 S.x Moorei -- Bud Wilkerson Bog, Floride

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S. leucophylla

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SL40 S. leucophylla -- mostly red/white

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SL56 S. leucophylla -- `Hurricane Creek White'

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SL22a S. leucophylla -- walton, Purple and white pitchers,Large pink lipped

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SOP02 S.'Wilkerson’s Red' OP

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Cedric

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Thanks for sharing these pictures with us Cedric. I have never seen such fantastic Sarracenia before, in fact I didn't have much interest in them (until now). hmm....now I need to have a rethink and find a bit of space for some somewhere. :thank_you2:

Thanks again

Regards

Gaz

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Cedric-

Did many of your S. leucophyllas do very little during the spring/summer, and then all the sudden, during the fall, they had gigantic pitchers, or did you have great summer pitcher production as well? Outdoors here in California, S. leucophylla from Southern Baldwin Co, AL (Bob Hanrahan's property) tends to produce small, "uneventful" pitchers in the spring and summer, and then in mid to late July, the plant goes into phyllodia production mode. During late August thru the end of September (our fall), a huge flush of giant, bright white pitchers are produced.

S. leucophylla hurricane creek white and S. leucophylla 'red rocket' from North Walton Co, AL sometimes produces large summer pitchers for me (if it's consistently warm), but for the most part, they're nothing like the fall pitchers. Have you (or anyone else) come across variants of S. leucophylla that consistently produce an abundance of large summer pitchers that are equal to their fall pitcher production?

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Cedric, your plants look stunning.

I've added many new names to my 'Desperately wants list' now.

Thanks for sharing them.

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Thanks all...

meizwang, At home it is now the best of moorei, alata, rubra and leucophylla, for leucophylla yes I have small and not good pitcher at the beginning of the season, July and August phyllodia and september fast pitcher...

I think it's just a question of climate, because for me it is the same for my all leucophylla.

Cedric

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Hi Cedric, greetings from germany ;o)

I would like to say, that I love your plants and the perfect photos of them! I can spend hours for looking at them and hope, that some day it will looks the same in my own greenhouse (will send you pictures then ...)

All the best to you,

Mike

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