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I find it interesting that one plant sprouted at the same time can outgrow its siblings to the point that it is already dividing.
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This happens with every batch of Sarracenia seedlings. A few of them will be "head and shoulders" above their sibs.
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Shadowtski wrote: Sun Feb 04, 2024 4:49 pm That is how cultivars happen.
Good luck and keep an eye on that one.
Most definitely!
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MikeB wrote: Sun Feb 04, 2024 4:59 pm This happens with every batch of Sarracenia seedlings. A few of them will be "head and shoulders" above their sibs.
Even the coloration varies… to a degree.
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