Monthly Archives: June 2014

Sarracenia flava 101 Part 1

So I was sitting out in my back yard today, enjoying my plants.  I can’t tell you how much better it is growing them out in the open where people can enjoy them versus all cooped up in a greenhouse. … Continue reading

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I’m seeing RED!

As you all may have read in one of my earlier posts, the neighbor behind us cut down the three tress that were blocking out my southern sun exposure (like the northern exposure you folks on the opposite side of … Continue reading

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Flowers… Flowers… and More Flowers

Flowering time is pretty much at its peak!  Yep its MID JUNE! Normally by now  all the early and mid flowering species are done and I’d be looking at psitts and minors!  Not this year… So not too much say, … Continue reading

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Is that a flava or oreo?

Over the years I’ve got that question from a lot of people.  I remember many years ago as a novice Sarracenia grower, mixing those two species up was VERY easy. I have to admit, in full growth, they do look … Continue reading

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And They’re Off!

Here we are… June 5th and my Sarracenia are in the middle of their Spring flowering. I’m going to say that I’m about 2 weeks behind “normal” (what ever that is), but the gap in the season seems to be … Continue reading

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