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Which Sarracenia Flava Variation Do You Have?

Which Sarracenia Flava Variation Do You Have???  

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  1. 1. Which Sarracenia Flava Variation Do You Have???

    • Var. Rugelii
    • Var. Maxima
    • Var. Rubricorpora
    • Var. Atropurpurea
    • Var. Cuprea
    • Var. Ornata
    • Var. Flava
    • Any of the above variations that are "Lidless"
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    • A custom variation that you made, found, or asked someone to make
      0
    • Other
    • All of the above variations
    • All of the variations except lidless


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All of the above, aside from lidless.

Think I have an antho free one hanging around somewhere too.

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I had all of the above except the horrible lidless. Unfortunately my cuprea (from Hampshire Carnivorous Plants) that I had for a few years died on me this winter as I had to store my plants in the shed for way too long after I moved house.  It was a fantastic clone and I shall be replacing it at some point. 

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I had all of the above except the horrible lidless. Unfortunately my cuprea (from Hampshire Carnivorous Plants) that I had for a few years died on me this winter as I had to store my plants in the shed for way too long after I moved house.  It was a fantastic clone and I shall be replacing it at some point. 

I love the lidless!!!

Well... everybody is different!

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I can't see where this is going,any serious sarracenia grower will have all the variations they can.

except with the possibility of the lidless clones which should be renamed marmite clones.

ada

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Yes Ada. I have loads of the other varieties. Just never got round to getting more cuprea clones.

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I can't see where this is going,any serious sarracenia grower will have all the variations they can.

except with the possibility of the lidless clones which should be renamed marmite clones.

ada

I made this poll so I could see the % of flavas in cultivation

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I'm not sure at the moment. One has obvious veining in the hood and one is plain green on the hood.

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Perhaps the poll would be more meaningful if you were able to select more than one option. I have all of the above varieties (with the exception of the lidless ones), so I cannot take part in the poll.

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Perhaps the poll would be more meaningful if you were able to select more than one option. I have all of the above varieties (with the exception of the lidless ones), so I cannot take part in the poll.

Fixed that!

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A survey of the examples of various varieties members grow by state or county of origin might yield something more meaningful. Especially for S. f. var. atropurpurea. 

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I have a Sarrencia var Flava x Maxima, very nice, large plant, seems to grow quite well, spawned 3 pitchers in a week, granted not fully formed yet, but they seem to take about a week and half to fully form and open

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