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Nico91

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Hi All!

I want to share with you some photos of my plants, hope you like it.

let's start!

S. leucophylla, large pink lips. Apalachicola National Forest. DCB

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S. leucophylla, large pink lips.Walton County, Florida SL22ACA

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S. leucophylla, Clone Storico from Orto Botanico di Padova

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S. x "Crimson Queen"

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S. leucophylla, yellow flower. Citronelle, Alabama L14PW

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and the same pitcher, older:

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S. leucophylla, L14PW x L04MK

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S. leucophylla, large pink lipped. Apalachicola National Forest, L18MK

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S. leucophylla, L02MK x L18MK

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S. x areolata, A28MK x L23MK

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S. leucophylla, L02MK

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S. alata, A28MK

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S. x moorei

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S. x 'Blood, Sweat and Tears'

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S. x "Red Sumatra"

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S. leucophylla, L49AMK

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S. flava var. rubricorpora, 'Claret'. R. Heirbaut clone.

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here it's with S. flava var. rubricorpora "Don Schnell", on the right. one of the darkest S. flava i know, but this claret is even most red, can become almost black!

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Edited by nicolinooooo

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Hi Nico, your getting a good collection with some rarer plants.

Give the Don Schnell clone time,it doesn't like disturbance,then it will go really dark.

And a good sized Mellisa mazur,very nice!

ada

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S. flava var. ornata, F88MK

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S. purpurea subsp. venosa var. burkii, Veinless, 'Melissa Mazur'

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S. flava var. rubricorpora, F89MK x F124MK

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S. purpurea subsp. venosa var. montana

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s. leucophylla, L02MK x L18MK

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S. flava var. atropurpurea, "Kimber Red Ruffles"

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Cephalotus follicularis

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Hope you enjoy!

sorry for bad photos, i got a very old camera and im not a proud photographer, lol.

Best Regards and Good growing!

Nico

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Hi Ada,

thank you very much!

next year i hope to show some of your plants grown here, in southern Italy.... with some new plants that seems to be very promising!

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Hi Adivip,

thank you.

About wood sticks, I use it as a reminder...it's a little bit crazy but I like to put Cephalotus in the same position, because i use to put pots into another saucer for exmine plants.

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All nice plants particularly S. purpurea subsp. venosa var. burkii, Veinless, 'Melissa Mazur'

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Some other pictures:

Sarracenia leucophylla, L02MK x L18MK

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Cephalotus follicularis, from Carniflora

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Cephalotus follicularis, "Adrian Slack"

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