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I got these sarracenia from sarracenia northwest and I’m not sure what they are they were just mystery sarracenia does anyone know what they are I’ll show the other plant later when it has more color also don’t mind the one deformed one it’s the other unkown one
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By andynorth
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Although I do not know what they are, I too would like to know. I am trying to learn all the different species of Sarrs myself so I can easily identify. I have several that some how were not identified when I put them in dormancy. I thought about buying their mystery box but was worried about what it actually contained. Now that I know, maybe I will reconsider!!
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I’ll post more of it when it’s making colorful pitchers
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BumpyEvergreen wrote: Sat Apr 20, 2024 5:21 pm To me it looks like it definitely has some rubra in it, or pure rubra but could also be a hybrid. I don't think I can tell you much more than that though. Tricky tricky.
a little bit late haha but I'm gonna second that. seems like its got at least some rubra in it
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It still is small but it is probably east to identify
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By MikeB
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Looks like young Sarracenia alata to me. This species is known to produce plants that have a red underside to the hood.
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By steve booth
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Agreed, alata is the only species I know with that hood shape shape, red underhood colouration and veining. But that not to say it's a pure alata, there may well be something else in there yet, you should be able to tell more easily as it matures, as alatas do get larger than that.
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