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Thanks everyone, glad you are all enjoying it! Nice to have some bright white leucophyllas to look at during the winter holiday season!

some more photos:

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A neat red clone:

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One of the best red ones I've seen:

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This is one of my favorite clones, even though there are many other clones that are much whiter than this:

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Hard to digest all of these photos:

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Especially ones like this:

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Sabatia:

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Believe it or not, there's more to come!

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Thanks Oliv and Linuxman! I think these plants should be okay for the forseeable future. However, a big threat to these Sarracenia sites are drought. I've seen other sites recently that were robust 2 decades ago, and today, there seems to be 1/4 to 1/2 the amount of plants left. These sites can change drastically in a short period of time, for better or for worse. Fortunately, this site seems to be very healthy.

This first clone (first 4 photos below) rivals the original clones of hurricane creek white:

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out of focus, but I couldn't erase it!

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flat top, reminds me of that one dude from the walking dead:

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Another solid white var. alba-this is what dreams are made of:

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Var. alba after var. alba. Keep in mind, your perspective is being skewed a bit by these photos because the majority of the plants here are not super bright white plants like this:

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And here's a neighbor, notice the plant in the background is the same clone in the previous photo:

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Oval mouth:

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A nice pink clone:

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After reviewing this photo, I realized there's an even better plant in the background...look at how the tube is solid pinkish red...hindsight is 20/20:

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Another case of the background plants being more impressive, haha!

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Nice little group of var. albas:

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An impressive group:

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Impressive amount of white. Plants like these make me think var. albas aren't the best thing since sliced bread:

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Pink lips-can you believe this thing? Just try to imagine a color combination (within reason) and it's probably here:

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Tired of var. albas? Me neither:

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This spot had some nice pink plants sprinkled in:

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almost neon:

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Another impressive pink plant. This is a freshly opened pitcher, imagine how dark it can likely get as the trap ages(ie. check out the old trap to the right, background!):

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Green and white:

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Check out the lower portion of the petiole-it's fuzzy! This is the only fuzzy plant that we observed, but there were likely more of them out there:

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mixed:

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GOSH!

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Okay, that's all for today!

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A very impressive clone, this plant seems to be wilting slightly due to a lack of water:

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Back view:

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Last but not least, a shot of the main field-this is close to incomprehensible:

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