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By Cyber9
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A bunch of typicals, half of them from lowes.

D."FTS Maroon monster"

D."DC XL"

D."B52"

D."Jaws"

Saracenia:

S.Flava "rugelii"

S.Leucophylla

S."Judith hindle"

Drosera:

D.Rotundifolia

D.Filiformis

Nepenthes:

N. Spathulata x hamata

N. Ventrata

N. Ventricosa x hamata

N. Ventricosa "Madja-as" x Ventricosa x sibuyanensis x trusmadiensis











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Very nice. Very similar to what I have but I have fewer nepenthes.
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New plants I've recently got!

S. Leah Wilkerson

S. "Lunchbox" x "Johnny Wilkerson"

N. Ventricosa x Lowii

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Matt wrote:Very nice! In my opinion, you already have most of the best CPs out there right now!
Thanks!

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Matt wrote:Oh, it just keeps getting better! S. 'Leah Wilkerson' is one of my favorites!!
Thanks! I also hope it grows as fast as S. Judith hindle.

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I think Leah grows faster even than Judith! This year, for the first time in many years, I divided my Leah into many divisions. I have been growing it for nearly a decade and hadn't divided it before!!

I divided it in early spring and all of the divisions recovered amazingly quickly and the ones I put in the greenhosue produced gorgeous and very large pitchers for me. I kept some outside and they didn't do anywhere near as well.

Attached is a photo of my S. 'Leah Wilkerson' from earlier this year. They look about the same now but they've colored up a bit more and have started putting out their smaller fall pitchers recently.
Taken late June 2020
Taken late June 2020
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Matt wrote:I think Leah grows faster even than Judith! This year, for the first time in many years, I divided my Leah into many divisions. I have been growing it for nearly a decade and hadn't divided it before!!

I divided it in early spring and all of the divisions recovered amazingly quickly and the ones I put in the greenhosue produced gorgeous and very large pitchers for me. I kept some outside and they didn't do anywhere near as well.

Attached is a photo of my S. 'Leah Wilkerson' from earlier this year. They look about the same now but they've colored up a bit more and have started putting out their smaller fall pitchers recently.
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Wow that's a nice specimen! And if it does grow faster then dang it might produce more pitchers per month than my Judith hindle!

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Cyber9 wrote: Thu Aug 20, 2020 5:03 pmWow that's a nice specimen! And if it does grow faster then dang it might produce more pitchers per month than my Judith hindle!

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Thanks! Judith will typically have more pitchers than Leah but Leah has bigger pitchers and seems to recover more quickly from dividing.
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Does she mind you talking about her that way. ;)
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Up for a trade?
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At the moment not at the moment, sorry for the late reply.

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Bad news is that I lost my typicals, maroon monster, DC XL, and my temperate droseras, and Judith Hindle.

Thanks to the Texas snow storm.

But Low giant , the FTS seed grown plant and Jaws survived.

Here is my new addition.

S. Leucophylla "Cronus"

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Forgot to mention I also lost B52.

Plus besides the Cronus I now have S. Leucophylla "RED" (Wilkerson's Red Rocket x Bright red".

I've been obsessed over leucos lately.
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