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By andynorth
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Updated list. The pics are for reference only so it can be seen what they look like when received from FTS. I will update the pics once out of dormancy and start to grow in the spring. I will say that all of the bulbs received are very large and hardy and I expect some really nice plants when they develop.
The "Cheruwa" and "Nombile" were not from bulbs. They were a Christmas gift from my wife that I have been wanting for some time now.

Sarracenia x "Cheruwa": FTS
Sarracenia "Nombile": FTS
Sarracenia Leucophylla AJ01: FTS
Sarracenia Leucophylla-Seed Grown: FTS
Sarracenia Leucophylla x Oreophila: FTS
Sarracenia swaniana x "Siskiyou Autumn": FTS
Sarracenia Moorei-Seed Grown: FTS
Sarracenia flava var.rugelii: FTS
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Heads up: It's been my experience that Flytrap Store's Sarracenia grow quickly. 18 months ago, I bought a couple leuco's (Hurricane Creek White and FTS Lighthouse) for my birthday. I put them in pots that are 6.5 inches diameter by 7 inches tall. This past fall, their rhizomes hit the sides of the pots. These plants are on my list to be slip-potted into bigger quarters next week (I took vacation after Christmas for this).
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One more thing: I think you have an out-of-season flower bud on this one.
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I recommend snipping that sucker off. The plant can wait a few months to bloom at the normal time.
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MikeB wrote: Thu Dec 21, 2023 6:11 pm One more thing: I think you have an out-of-season flower bud on this one.
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I recommend snipping that sucker off. The plant can wait a few months to bloom at the normal time.
Wow. Great eye. Thank you. Clipped.

Will it produce anything if I put in water?
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andynorth wrote: Thu Dec 21, 2023 10:22 pmWill it produce anything if I put in water?
Sarrs aren't like other carny plants, the flower stalk won't do anything.
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andynorth wrote:Will it produce anything if I put in water?
Alas sarrs will only reproduce by seeds or rhizome division. Root cuttings won't even work.
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More that just arrived from eBay:

VFT's
Wolverine cccp
Low Giant ftc
Destruction cccp
Red Sangria cccp
Cultivars lost labels fts

Sarrs
S. Leuco red
S. Rugelli
2 unknown types of sarracenia
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Panman wrote: Fri Dec 22, 2023 2:30 am
andynorth wrote:Will it produce anything if I put in water?
Alas sarrs will only reproduce by seeds or rhizome division. Root cuttings won't even work.
I've been able to successfully get one from a leaf pull, but it was a deep pull from a flava I got from you, Pandude.
I immediately put it in fresh media after pulling, and it likely had a sliver of rhizome on it for it to take. I've not been able to reproduce that trick yet.
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These are the other 9 I received from FTS. Hoping the lost tag ones are easily identifiable in the Spring.
I will post pics once potted up.
Sarrs:
Lost Tag #261- S.X Hybris-FTS
No Tag-FTS
Lost Tag #107- S.X Hybrid-FTS
Lost Tag # 291-S.Flava ??-FTS
Lost Tag #232- S.Flava ??-FTS
Sarracenia Leucophila-Seed Grown-FTS
S.Flava atropurpurea x ornata-FTS
S. Flava FS2EM-FTS
S.Oreophila x Leah Wilkerson-FTS
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Although I do not yet have in my possession, I have these 3 Endangered Species ordered. I am excited to be getting my very first Endangered Species with the proper paperwork. I will post pics when I receive and get potted up.

Sarrs:
S.oreophila
S.jonesii
S.alabamensis
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Edited my want list to include the following Sarrs that are not on the Endangered Species list but I have found, after doing some research that they should be:
Sarracenia purpurea var. montana
Sarracenia purpurea f. heterophylla
Sarracenia rosea f. luteola
Sarracenia rubra subsp. gulfensis
Sarracenia minor var. okefenokeensis
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