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By elaineo
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Is it possible to identify sarracenia seedlings when they are this small? Not the exact strain or hybrid, but just the main species?
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I'm sure there are some experts who have grown a lot of baby Sarracenia who could possibly identify or give a very good guess, but I don't think I'm one of them!

Once they start putting up mature pitchers, I would almost certainly be able to venture a good guess though...
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By MikeB
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At this stage, I don't think so. They need another year to be more identifiable.
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