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By Cross
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I gave up on November lol. I still can't believe I put the return envelope outside and the one marked for you, inside. I'm a special kind of stupid this season it seems lol
I'm requesting D. venusta x (capensis "Big Pink" x (x Hercules x self))
Can I have sarr number 27 please as my bonus? Thanks. I'll start getting my envelopes ready. My husband can double check for me

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By ChefDean
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Since the lines of communication were kept open about the mix up with the November SASE, that is still an active request. Am I correct in assuming that you still want the Coppertop?
Also, were you wanting the spatulata or the venusta? Sarr 021 bonus is good.
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By Cross
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That world be great. I do still want it. I can put that paper in with my December request. I'd like the venusta please. They're so daggum pretty.

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By ChefDean
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OK, Coppertop for November, venusta cross for December, but Sarr 021 is all spoken for. The only Sarr remaining is Sarr 027. You down for that?
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By Cross
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ChefDean wrote:OK, Coppertop for November, venusta cross for December, but Sarr 021 is all spoken for. The only Sarr remaining is Sarr 027. You down for that?
Sure. I don't like surprises, but I think I can handle this. Quick question though, since I've never grown a sarr from seed. They have to be cold stratified right? You store them in the fridge right? So can I just plant the babies? I'm planting a bunch here in a few days.

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By Panman
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Stratification requires them to be wet and cold to soften the outer shell. When they are stored in the refrigerator, they are stored dry. I attached stratification instructions I include with my seeds. I also did a post on stratifying sarracenia here.
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Panman wrote:Stratification requires them to be wet and cold to soften the outer shell. When they are stored in the refrigerator, they are stored dry. I attached stratification instructions I include with my seeds. I also did a post on stratifying sarracenia here.
Thanks so much! I'm great with drosera. Moderately okay with vfts. Not with sarracenia. I'll read it now. I like to be prepared. Man of the pan, vip today.

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