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By Idontkno23
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A little update...

The 'White Sparkler' flower, with a littler flower stalk next to it. (same plant)
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First pitchers from my S. Flava x minor I believe..
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S. 'Moorei'
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Possible flower from my S. Flava, glad about this one. Thought it didn't survive the winter!
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Possibly a second from my flava as well.
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Enjoy. (My bad camera positioning shines in these)
By Idontkno23
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#92491
Matt wrote:Looking good!
Matt, does the Flava look like a flower bulb? Or just circular rhizome growth?
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By Matt
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Idontkno23 wrote:Matt, does the Flava look like a flower bulb? Or just circular rhizome growth?
To me it looks like a flower bulb just starting to emerge.
By Idontkno23
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Sweet, hopefully I can get a Flava x (('rubra subsp. jonesii x purpurea) x Leucophylla)

Ah, the complication.
By victor
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Very nice!!!
By Idontkno23
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Thanks victor, the flower is starting to color up now.
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Nice the stalk from the first pic has gotten so tall since we last saw it.
By Idontkno23
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victor wrote:Nice the stalk from the first pic has gotten so tall since we last saw it.
Hah, its even more impressive now in my eyes. I will get some pics up tomorrow, the flower is just starting to develop its petals, coloring up nicely. The second flower is looking pretty good as well.

Both of the unknown growths on the flavas, i've confirmed as flower buds. They have grown about an inch off of the rhizome.
By Idontkno23
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#93760
Woo, picture time.

Plantlet grown from seed off of a huge tree in my front yard. For some reason my phone wanted to focus on the moss's flower.
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Gemmae are looking pretty good at this time of year.
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Akai Ryu is just starting to wake up
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D. Nitidula x Puchella flower just starting to open
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S. Flava flowerstalk #1
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S. Flava flowerstalk #2
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S. 'White Sparkler' flowerstalk #1
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S. 'White Sparkler' flowerstalk #1 and #2
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S. Alata x Minor pitchers developing, one on left got knocked off while I was watering. :(
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S. 'Moorei' growing kind of awkwardly?
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Hope you enjoy the pictures.. I know I am a crappy photographer. :p
By JimsPlants
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Looking good, is it warm where you live? I always see others plants that seem to be months ahead of mine. :(

In the photo: S. Alata x Minor pitchers developing, one on left got knocked off while I was watering. What plant is that top right ?
By dantt99
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All the plants look amazing. That flower stalk looks good :)
By Idontkno23
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JimsPlants wrote:Looking good, is it warm where you live? I always see others plants that seem to be months ahead of mine. :(

In the photo: S. Alata x Minor pitchers developing, one on left got knocked off while I was watering. What plant is that top right ?
That would be a small Daina's delight. :)
dantt99 wrote:All the plants look amazing. That flower stalk looks good :)
Thanks :p
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