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By tracieh
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Honestly I have no idea haha

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By TrapsAndDews
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I checked the previous posts, and it looks like you got the rhizomes 4 months ago. If my pitchers grow at that rate, I'll have to wait until the end of summer before I get open pitchers. :shock: Hopefully the summer temperatures will speed up the growth.
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I'm in pa. They only came out of dormancy like a month ago.

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tracieh wrote: Sat May 14, 2022 10:32 pm Out of the 6 I bought from cal carn one has a flower and one has an opened pitcher so far!

Any thoughts on pitcher? I don't think you can ID from a flower but I was excited because it's my first sarr bloom ever!ImageImage

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Heh, I'm not as good as growing, so only one started to grow yet, but it just started growing so I am going to wait until later to see. It is growing happily though.
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By Shore_Fancy_Nursery
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Panman wrote: Wed Jan 12, 2022 4:08 pm
nimbulan wrote: Wed Jan 12, 2022 3:58 pm It should also be noted that Jerry has a keen eye for Sarracenia breeding. He does a lot of unusual crosses that most people wouldn't think of and produces some truly unique plants in the process.
That is why I was interested in getting some of his lost labels. I'm sure that he had culled them from his keeper list, but I'm sure that some of his throwaways would be amazing. Only time will tell but for $5 a rhizome, I couldn't resist. Just ask @ChefDean about my will power when it comes to sarrs. Spring is a tough time of year for me. That is when most of the sarr deals happen.
Are these producing pitchers yet? I'd like to see pics

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