Updated pics of my Sarracenias now summer just started

north coast nsw, Australia

Thought i'd show you's what some of my sarras look like in good condition, now they look good and are growing quickly. Rain rain here...don't mind the weeds in the garden i have more important things to do like look after my orchids in my greenhouse. hehe!
Scarlett belle..

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Flava

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A rubra x i got unnamed for a good price at a local nursery, was in there pond, underwater with just the top of the pitchers and flowers above. They said they'd had it for years there. Biggest sarra in the one pot.

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Leu. red tube

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A seedling Flava i got not long ago called Ornata 'heavy veining'

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Minor

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leu x mitchelliana

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Minor x Psittacina

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Umflituana 'skywatcher'

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Catesbai

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these Catesbai pitchers are my largest...

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north coast nsw, Australia

A real weird one that always looks scrunched up. Purp. x i guess

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courtii

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Psittacina?

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Leu. 'schnells ghost', an all white one.

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Mooreena x (minor x excellens)

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Rubra Jonesii x minor

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Leu x Stevenii

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Leucophylla's my tallest sarra

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Minor 'giant' x (Leu x formosa 'wide')

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Flava x Minor x Psitt.

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Rubra spp. gulfensis, nice pattered

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Rubra (i think) thats all green and stays that way even in sun.

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Poughkeepsie, NY(Zone 6a)

Nice collection!

Tampa, FL(Zone 9b)

Wow! Your plants are outstanding. Really amazing. Absolutely lovely. Could you do a shot from further back so we can see how you grow them? Thank you so much for sharing.

north coast nsw, Australia

This pics a few months ago but shows how they grow, just in kitty litter and garden trays. I do top them up ever few days unless it rains but i water my other plants also so its not a problem. Alot of the times though i have to tip out some water in the deeper trays after rain.

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Tampa, FL(Zone 9b)

Really amazing! :)

Poughkeepsie, NY(Zone 6a)

Bree,
Instead of worrying about having to tip the trays if the water gets too deep drill a 1/4 inch hole or 2 on the sides, 2 inches up from the bottom. No more worries!

north coast nsw, Australia

This is my new little Flava 'heavy viening'. I got it in winter just the rhizome and its just shot up. Can't wait till its big though. hehe!

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woops i forgot i already posted a pic of this before. ... sorry!

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Arlington, TX

You have such a nice variety of plants and all look great!
C

north coast nsw, Australia

thanks! whats this little drosera? came in a sarra pot. Flowered a few times. looks so cute and red.

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heres a more recent pic of my sarras.

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Arlington, TX

What are your temps like in summer and how much humidity. Your plants look so healthy.
C

north coast nsw, Australia

Pretty humid here most of the time can be 100% mornings and nights and doesn't get to hot..up to 30-36 deg cel. in summer i think. We rarely get frost here near the river and it neallly always has a bit of a breeze, were pretty open surrounded by cow paddocks.

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