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By Eventerminator
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Joined:  Sat Nov 26, 2016 3:10 pm

I've been growing an unknown Sarracenia species for a few months now. It's about to be Autumn where I'm from and it finally decided to grow out a pitcher!
Quite small
Quite small
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The pitcher is quite small since its a small plant that I got for $9. Looking at the colours and patterns is it safe to assume that it is a Leucophylla? I have read that Leucophylla sends out its best pitchers in Autumn.

By steve booth
Posts:  875
Joined:  Mon Jul 18, 2011 11:15 am
It's a hybrid with leuco in it but it's too young to have an authoritative guess at, at the moment.

Being a hybrid, it may follow the leucophylla traits and have late pitchers, or whatever the other parents' traits are.

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