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By Nepenthes0260
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#383897
Temps are getting pretty crazy here in the Inland Northwest, but sarrs are still looking good for the moment. Supposed to get to 108 in a couple days :shock:.
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Ornata Phil's Clone x atro MKF27
Ornata Phil's Clone x atro MKF27
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flava atro (Cooks Bayou, Bay Co., FL)
flava atro (Cooks Bayou, Bay Co., FL)
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S. flava var. Ornata "lidless"
S. flava var. Ornata "lidless"
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leuco (Conecuh National Forest, AL)
leuco (Conecuh National Forest, AL)
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leuco Purple Lips x (Leah W. x Cobra's Nest)
leuco Purple Lips x (Leah W. x Cobra's Nest)
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alata "Pubescent Black, old German clone"
alata "Pubescent Black, old German clone"
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S. flava var. Atropurpurea "Kimber's Sister"
S. flava var. Atropurpurea "Kimber's Sister"
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S. leucophylla (Hurricane Creek White) A
S. leucophylla (Hurricane Creek White) A
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S. purpurea "Smurf"
S. purpurea "Smurf"
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A seed grown Adrian Slack x Leah Wilkerson
A seed grown Adrian Slack x Leah Wilkerson
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'Black Widow'- similar to alata Black Veins
'Black Widow'- similar to alata Black Veins
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S. alata (Jackson Co., MS) Clone G
S. alata (Jackson Co., MS) Clone G
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S. alata "Green Giant" (CC)
S. alata "Green Giant" (CC)
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Sx 'Reptilian Rose'
Sx 'Reptilian Rose'
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Antho-free Sx catesbaei
Antho-free Sx catesbaei
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By Panman
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#383908
Beautiful
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By Nepenthes0260
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#385596
Most early season plants are now producing purely phyllodia while the leucos/leuco hybrids are starting to make decent pitchers. Alatas are looking good now as well.
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flava rubri giant red Apalachicola MKF23
flava rubri giant red Apalachicola MKF23
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alata (Jackson Co., MS) Clone I
alata (Jackson Co., MS) Clone I
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Leah Wilkerson pitchers are lasting a while!
Leah Wilkerson pitchers are lasting a while!
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alata heavily veined red lidded bulbous CK
alata heavily veined red lidded bulbous CK
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HCW F x White Lightning
HCW F x White Lightning
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alata B. Widow parent Orgel's Orchids 1997
alata B. Widow parent Orgel's Orchids 1997
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Sx (oreophila x Adrian Slack)
Sx (oreophila x Adrian Slack)
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Sx (chelsonii x flava)
Sx (chelsonii x flava)
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leuco HCW F x Stained Glass (Baldwin Co., AL)
leuco HCW F x Stained Glass (Baldwin Co., AL)
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alata yellow bulbous (Jasper Co., TX) CK
alata yellow bulbous (Jasper Co., TX) CK
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leuco (Splinter Hill Bog, Baldwin Co., AL) CK
leuco (Splinter Hill Bog, Baldwin Co., AL) CK
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By Nepenthes0260
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#386560
Sarr photo dump! Lots of nice alata pitchers.
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Big Cuprea x MKF88
Big Cuprea x MKF88
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Ornata bent neck Okaloosa Co.
Ornata bent neck Okaloosa Co.
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Rugelii extinct DeFuniak Springs #1
Rugelii extinct DeFuniak Springs #1
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Chelsonii x flava
Chelsonii x flava
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HCW F x flava Killer
HCW F x flava Killer
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alata “Dark” SNW
alata “Dark” SNW
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alata Jasper Co., TX
alata Jasper Co., TX
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alata pubescent black DeSoto MS
alata pubescent black DeSoto MS
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alata Jackson Co., MS clone A
alata Jackson Co., MS clone A
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alata Mobile Co., AL
alata Mobile Co., AL
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alata Night (Stone Co., MS)
alata Night (Stone Co., MS)
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#388893
Sarr season is definitely dying down... lots of slow growth and some flavas/mooreis seem to already be headed off to dormancy. Leucos are still looking great, though, and a few flavas continue to produce decent traps.
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Rubra wherryi
Rubra wherryi
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alata St. Tammany Parish, LA
alata St. Tammany Parish, LA
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Chunky SNW leuco
Chunky SNW leuco
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HCW F x Ornata Killer
HCW F x Ornata Killer
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alata Orgel's Orchids 1997 Black Widow parent
alata Orgel's Orchids 1997 Black Widow parent
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Rugelii extinct site Bulloch Co., GA
Rugelii extinct site Bulloch Co., GA
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Conecuh NF, AL leuco
Conecuh NF, AL leuco
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Giant Spliner Hill Bog leuco
Giant Spliner Hill Bog leuco
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alata Jackson Co., MS clone A
alata Jackson Co., MS clone A
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New one- jonesii "heavy red veins"
New one- jonesii "heavy red veins"
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leuco Wilkerson Bog clone 1
leuco Wilkerson Bog clone 1
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"Black Veins"- thinking this is black widow
"Black Veins"- thinking this is black widow
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S. alata (Jasper Co., TX) CK
S. alata (Jasper Co., TX) CK
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alata (Texas)
alata (Texas)
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chubby seed grown purp
chubby seed grown purp
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Sx 'Leigha Simone'
Sx 'Leigha Simone'
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purp- a clone I call "Jerry's Giant"
purp- a clone I call "Jerry's Giant"
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A seed grown HCW leuco
A seed grown HCW leuco
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By Nepenthes0260
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#388930
CPhunter101 wrote:Those are some magnificent sarrs!
How do you keep them from browning slightly at the pitchers' tips?
Thanks!

I've noticed that the pitchers will brown when exposed to extreme temperatures. This summer when things got over 100 F I had lots of issues with crisping pitchers. Luckily the extreme heat didn't last too long and they're producing nice pitchers before dormancy again.
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Nepenthes0260 wrote:I've noticed that the pitchers will brown when exposed to extreme temperatures.
This explains a lot, I live in California. :lol:
I thought I was underwatering, guess not.
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