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By That one plant boi
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#380063
Hey!
So I've had this little purpurea for a few years now, and it has remained pretty small the entire time, only now seeming to put out slightly larger pitchers. It's also green without many other colors aside from faint purple streaks inside the pitcher. I actually won it in the first giveaway I entered on this forum, so the little guy is kinda special to me.

Can anybody identify the cultivator though? And will it get larger, or will it remain a small boy forever? Yellowjacket maybe?

Thanks!
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By That one plant boi
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#380068
Herbz187 wrote:Looks like a purp purp to me
Really? I thought normal purps were actually purple at this size.

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By ChefDean
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#380088
My purp purp.
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Big pitchers from last year have a lot of red, but still a fair amount of green. The new pitchers are fully green. The one hiding behind the flower stalk is about four inches.
However, my purp var venosa is fully green with a little color on the edges of the lid.
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Maybe yours is a venosa.
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By CPhunter101
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#380089
I have one just like that! :D
It was sold to me as purpurea var. venosa. Strange thing is, I got 2 different plants in a single pot. One of them was definitetly purpurea var venosa, but the other one was like yours. I wanted to say that through some intense feeding sessions with pillbugs, I got my purpurea to the size of yours in a few weeks. It's currently putting out even larger pitchers! If you feed sarrs, they get dramatically larger.
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By Shadowtski
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#380091
Xanthoparmelia did a purp giveaway a few years ago, was that it?

Quoting Xanthoparmelia, "Up for grabs first is this adorable little S. Purpurea, veinless recessive.

This is a Jerry Addington cross of purp "300" x purp "S-1." If you self this plant, roughly 25% of the progeny should express the veinless phenotype.
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Here's a link to his original giveaway post: sarracenia-giveaway-1-t40713.html
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By Herbz187
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#380092
Purps in general color up red on cold temp

Purp purp vs venosa is more hairy still hard to tell

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By Herbz187
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#380093
Shadowtski wrote:Xanthoparmelia did a purp giveaway a few years ago, was that it?

Quoting Xanthoparmelia, "Up for grabs first is this adorable little S. Purpurea, veinless recessive.

This is a Jerry Addington cross of purp "300" x purp "S-1." If you self this plant, roughly 25% of the progeny should express the veinless phenotype.
"

Here's a link to his original giveaway post: sarracenia-giveaway-1-t40713.html
Aah

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By That one plant boi
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Shadowtski wrote:Xanthoparmelia did a purp giveaway a few years ago, was that it?

Quoting Xanthoparmelia, "Up for grabs first is this adorable little S. Purpurea, veinless recessive.

This is a Jerry Addington cross of purp "300" x purp "S-1." If you self this plant, roughly 25% of the progeny should express the veinless phenotype.
"

Here's a link to his original giveaway post: sarracenia-giveaway-1-t40713.html
Yep, that was it, thanks!

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By murrkywaters
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Herbz187 wrote:Purps in general color up red on cold temp

Purp purp vs venosa is more hairy still hard to tell

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What book is that?

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By Herbz187
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murrkywaters wrote:
Herbz187 wrote:Purps in general color up red on cold temp

Purp purp vs venosa is more hairy still hard to tell

Maybe this helpsImage

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What book is that?

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Dont remember name maybe sarracenia of the world not my book a friend send me a pic of purps part

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