Re: Its probably a QUARSI-SERPENTINE-GLEY (endemic)!?!

From: Philip Semanchuk (
Date: Mon Jun 28 1999 - 21:03:48 PDT

Date: Tue, 29 Jun 1999 00:03:48 -0400
From: "Philip Semanchuk" <>
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Subject: Re: Its probably a QUARSI-SERPENTINE-GLEY (endemic)!?!

> I also predict that you will not find a "healthy!" Sarracenia
> growing in the wild next to a "healthy!" Venus Flytrap and vice
> versa.

I have seen lush Sarracenia growing next to VFTs in the wild.

> After all there's plenty of moisture about - practically
> rains every day in Summer in North Carolina!?

Although we get a fair number of hot-weather thunderstorms, summer is our
dry season here in NC. We don't get rain every day, or even every week. The
ground in VFT habitat can get pretty dry.

Philip in Durham, NC
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