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By ManFromAnAntiqueLand
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Sarracenia:

S. alata var. rubrioperculata ("Red Hood")
S. alata x minor
S. flava var. cuprea ‘Mike Wang's best clone’
S. flava var. ornata 'improved black veins'
S. flava var. rubricorpora
S. flava var. rugelii 'Giant', Eastern AL
S. leucophylla 'Dark Red', Covington Co, AL
S. leucophylla Baldwin Co, AL ‘Alabama clone’
S. leucophylla 'Tarnok'
S. leucophylla x rubra
S. minor var. okefenokeensis
S. minor, Charlton Co, GA
S. psitticina
S. psittacina var. okefenokeensis f. luteoviridis Gulf Co, FL
S. purpurea 'Sylwia'
S. purpurea ssp. venosa, Tattnall Co, GA
S. rubra var. gulfensis
S. white Mitchelliana x leucophylla hurricane creek white, clone F
S. x Cateo
S. x Courtii
S. x Don's Flava
S. x Extreme Green
S. x Hank
S. x Hummer's Hammerhead
S. x Judith Hindle
S. x Juthatip Soper
S. x Leah Wilkerson
S. x Scarlett Belle
S. x Sweet Excellence
S. x Yellow Jacket

VFT:

D. muscipula 'A2'
D. muscipula 'B52'
D. muscipula 'DC XL'
D. muscipula 'FTS Crimson Sawtooth'
D. muscipula 'FTS Maroon Monster'
D. muscipula 'FTS Purple Ambush'
D. muscipula 'G16'
D. muscipula 'King Henry'
D. muscipula 'Low Giant'
D. muscipula 'Lowe's Death Cube' (many of these haha)
D. muscipula 'Megatraps'
D. muscipula 'Phalanx'

Drosera:

D. aliciae
D. burmannii 'Humpty Doo'
D. capensis 'Big Pink'
D. dichitoma 'Giant Staghorn'
D. filiformis var. 'Florida Giant'
D. graomogolensis
D. intermedia
D. multifida var. extrema
D. rotundifolia
D. sessilifolia
D. tracyi
D. x hybrida

Pinguicula:

P. x aphrodite

Utricularia:

U. blanchetii

Nepenthes:

N. robcantleyi x veitchii, BE-3933
N. spectabilis x ventricosa, BE-3373
N. ventricosa 'Denver' x spectabilis 'Giant', CAR-0022
N. ventricosa x hamata, BE-3672
N. x 'Bloody Mary'
N. x 'Suki'
N. x Ventrata
N. veitchii (Big Mama x Pink Candy Cane), CAR-0001
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By ManFromAnAntiqueLand
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Thanks! They're all still very young, but I'm excited for how they'll look in a few years! So far, as common as it is, Bloody Mary has been a real show stopper. Found it languishing in a garden shop and it's been a real treat. Throws out pitchers constantly despite how little light we've been getting this time of year.

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