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By PitcherPerfect
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Hello all! I’ve been away for awhile. Life got pretty crazy but is settling down now. Glad to be back! While going through a divorce & finding new love I’ve had some mystery Sarrs growing. This lovely white one has me intrigued. Please let me know what you think it might be.

I do have a Hurricane White Creek but those start out with a lot more red than this beauty. However, there is very mild red pigment; not Schnell’s Ghost then. Perhaps it’s just a pretty hybrid that will never get figured out. The tallest pitcher is 12+ inches, the lids appear to tip up more than a typical S. leuco. Unfortunately, no flowers this year.
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By PitcherPerfect
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Joined:  Sat Nov 24, 2018 1:42 am
I’m still watching this one. It sure doesn’t resemble my other S. leukos. I know they can be all over the map. It will be interesting to see how it looks later this summer.
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By boarderlib
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The fall traps will be a bigger help in identifying it other than the flower.

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