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By kato_stud25
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Heres a pic of a division I've been monitoring awhile now. This new plant is displaying pretty neat coloring the traps inside and outside are almost a snow white color. Pictures don't do it any justice but heres what I took with my phone.
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By Ben Goudge
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Fascinating! You just might have an awesome new cultivar on your hands! May I suggest Dionaea "Snowstorm" as a name?
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By _-SphagnumFromHell-_
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That looks cool. And if it's stable, it's possible it could still be viable as a cultivar because plenty of it is still green, so it won't starve. How long has it been doing that?
By kato_stud25
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Ben Goudge wrote: Tue Sep 22, 2020 12:22 am Fascinating! You just might have an awesome new cultivar on your hands! May I suggest Dionaea "Snowstorm" as a name?
Not a bad name. I'll keep that in mind.
By kato_stud25
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_-SphagnumFromHell-_ wrote: Tue Sep 22, 2020 1:19 am That looks cool. And if it's stable, it's possible it could still be viable as a cultivar because plenty of it is still green, so it won't starve. How long has it been doing that?
So far it's had white traps sence I first noticed the division It grew tall summer white traps that were long now its growing fall short traps and there white also and more traps are just starting to grow and those look like they will be white aswell.
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By sanguinearocks101
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WOW, that plant looks amazing. Would the division also have variegation or would you have to do leaf pullings? Or is it impossible to clone the variegation?
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By Panman
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#365733
That is amazing, and that is why I am trying to beef up the genetic pool for my flytaps. I'd love to be a Dr. Frankenstein!
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By kato_stud25
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sanguinearocks101 wrote: Tue Sep 22, 2020 1:39 am WOW, that plant looks amazing. Would the division also have variegation or would you have to do leaf pullings? Or is it impossible to clone the variegation?
I'm not exactly sure?
By Apollyon
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Panman wrote:That is amazing, and that is why I am trying to beef up the genetic pool for my flytaps. I'd love to be a Dr. Frankenstein!
Right? I plan on making all kinds of CP crosses as these plants mature and *hopefully* begin to synchronize. That plant is fantastic. Hope it does maintain that characteristic. That's wild; I wonder what caused it.

For some reason "Key Lime" sounds like it'd be a good name for it too. Reminds me of Key Lime Pie for some reason.

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