Date: Tue, 23 Mar 1999 12:09:27 -0500 From: Tom Massey <firstname.lastname@example.org> To: email@example.com Message-Id: <aabcdefg910$foo@default> Subject: RE: Sarracenia alata
I have several alata's that fit this description very well. Mine too tend
to produce leaves slowly throughout the winter months. They have less
dormancy than even the southern S. minor's. The only bad thing about the
tall pitchers is the fact that they tend to droop a little when they fill
up with rainwater and prey.
Tom in Fl.
Sent: Tuesday, March 23, 1999 11:00 AM
To: Multiple recipients of list
I was out doing lots of divisions on my plants this week and a question
to mind about a clone of S. alata I've had for many years.
This plant is quite different from others in it has very straight and
tubes, has an unusually stiff leaf, and is exceptionally tall (36"), often
towering above the flava's and other plants. It also forms very large
rhizomes, tends not to die back during the winter. The flowers are the
Anyone have plants like this one, or have any insights to it's origins?
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