S. flava var. rubricorpora 'Burgundy' - Liberty Co, FL
S. flava var. ornata "black veins" - Bulloch County, Georgia
S. flava var. atropurpurea - Santa Rosa County, Florida
A rare and highly sought-after atropurpurea clone with location data! This clone can turn solid red from head to toe under optimal conditions! Decent vigor and easy to grow, the trick to getting all red traps is to keep nutrients in the soil low, keep the plant undisturbed/undivided for at least a full growing season, give the plant blasting full sun, and during the winter dormancy period up until spring, keep all old remaining leaves that are still alive ON the plant, don't chop them off! Any part of the leaf that is brown (typically, the tips of the old leaves) should be chopped off. Once the plant has produced 2-3 brand new traps in the spring, the previous year's old leaves that are still green can be chopped off.
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