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Sarracenia alata

 

S. alata                                                                 "Purple throat giant" very large pitchers, outside green-red, inside dark red, up to 1m

S. alata                                                                 "heavy veined red throat, tall form" very dark top in autumn, ex H. Hennern

S. alata                                                                  "deep maroon throat"             

S. alata                                                                  "Black", De Soto Co, Mississippi

S. alata                                                                  "Pubescent black", De Soto Co, Mississippi

S. alata                                                                   very bulbous, Jasper Co, Texas

S. alata                                          IP A09             "Black tube Pubescent", De Soto Co, Mississippi

S. alata                                          IP A25             "Bulbous red lid"      Stone Co, Mississippi

S. alata                                          MK A20           "giant wide hood", Stone Co, Mississippi

S. alata                                          MK A46           "red tube", sehr hohe Schläuche , Stone Co, Mississippi

S. alata                                          MK A44            Green,Very hooded, White´s crossing, DeSoto NF Co, Mississippi

S. alata                                          Wang                seedgrown 2015, Van Cleave, Mississippi

S. alata                                          Wang                "Anthocyan free" F2 selfed, seedgrown 2015+16       

S. alata                                          Srba A15b       "Klonnnummer KP 788 (Kamil Pasek)  Hardin Co, Texas, USA

S. alata                                          Srba A04          North of Gautier, Mississipi

S. alata var. atrorubra                 MK A33            Jackson Co. Mississppi

S. alata var. nigropurpurea        Cahill                 "Night"     "seedgrown, wild collected seeds, selected by Tom Cahill, Stone Co, Mississippi

S. alata var. nigropurpurea        Amici A2           Andrea Amici´s clone up to 1m, very dark, fantastic alata           

S. alata var. nigropurpurea        MK A28             Black tube, stocky pubescent, DeSoto NF clone 3, W, (AH) De Soto Co, Mississippi

S. alata var. nigropurpurea        MK A58             Black tube, Intersection of state road 15 and 26, Stone Co, Mississippi

S. alata var. rubriperculata        MK A59            "giant red lid form"  De Soto Co, Mississippi

S. alata var. rubriperculata        Wang                seedgrown 2016      Perry Co, MS

 

 

Sarracenia flava

 

Sarracenia flava var. atropurpurea

S. flava      var. atropurpurea     Klein                           strong veined, very dark red plant            

S. flava      var. atropurpurea     MK F27c                   All red form, Blackwater River State Forest, Florida

S. flava      var. atropurpurea     Srba F131s               S7F/10 x 27a           

S. flava      var. atropurpurea     Srba F129A             

S. flava      var. atropurpurea                                         F27a x Kimber red ruffles         

S. flava      var. atropurpurea     Srba F28 o                 S7F M5    

S. flava      var. atropurpurea     Srba F130 c             

S. flava      var. atropurpurea     "Blackwater"            wildcollected seeds, Blackwater River State Forest, Florida

S. flava      var. atropurpurea     MK F174                  Marston Exotics      

S. flava      var. atropurpurea     Srba F196/2A         "all red"  

S. flava      var. atropurpurea     MK F195                  "Kimber red ruffles", Marston Exotics       

S. flava      var. atropurpurea     MK F135                  turning all red, intergrade form with var. rubricorpora" Cooks Bayou, FL W

S. flava      var. atropurpurea     Srba F90                  Klon Don Schnell     

S. flava      var. atropurpurea     Srba KP 50/4           

S. flava      var. atropurpurea     Srba Fabio 2015      

S. flava      var. atropurpurea     Srba LD 1 

S. flava      var. atropurpurea     Srba LD 2 

S. flava      var. atropurpurea     Carow                      EEE 18 (als rubricorpora verkauft, vermutlich atropurpurea mal sehen…)

 

 

Sarracenia flava var. rubricorpora

S. flava      var. rubricorpora      Carow                completely red body, inside bright yellow

S. flava      var. rubricorpora      Klein                  Giant F3, very huge pitchers with a heavy red spot in the neck, very good color, Apalachicola, FL

S. flava      var. rubricorpora      MK F45             Purple tube, very dark, Milton, Florida

S. flava      var. rubricorpora      Srba                  "P+M” clone

S. flava      var. rubricorpora      Srba                  MK F22 x F26 ARCHIV

S. flava      var. rubricorpora      MK F124          "Don Schnell‘s extremly dark red Flava clone, maybe the darkest in cultivation"          

S. flava      var. rubricorpora      Srba F121c      Studnicka x F26      

S. flava      var. rubricorpora      Srba F126a      MS F26 x MS F22 "black ass"     

S. flava      var. rubricorpora      IP F60               Milton, Florida

S. flava      var. rubricorpora      IP F13               Apalachicola NF, Florida

S. flava      var. rubricorpora      Wang                clone L x Burgundy, seedgrown

S. flava      var. rubricorpora      Wang                (L x best clone)-proven cross, some incredible dark plants possible, seedgrown

S. flava      var. rubricorpora      Srba LD-27c-08         crossing by MS with MK 27c     

S. flava      var. rubricorpora      MK F30             "very dark", Liberty Co, Florida

S. flava      var. rubricorpora      MK F26             "Burgundy"             

S. flava      var. rubricorpora      Svarc F2           "giant dark tube"" old clone from David Svarc (absolutely crazy, but perfekt)"             

S. flava      var. rubricorpora      Betz                  EEE 2018, old Clone from J. Betz, BoGa Bonn

S. flava      var. rubricorpora      Bonn                 EEE 2018, R. Seine, 01.02.2006, USA, BoGa Bonn

S. flava      var. rubricorpora      MK F55            very broad venation on inside of lid, Marston Exotics  Milton, Florida

S. flava      var. rubricorpora      MK F65            Giant red tube, W, Ian Langford

S. flava      var. rubricorpora      MK F202          green patch to the rear of the pitcher hood Apalachicola NF, Florida

S. flava      var. rubricorpora      v. Loenen FL55         Apalachicola NF, Florida

S. flava      var. rubricorpora                                "giant/xxl"

S. flava      var. rubricorpora      RCP1                 CK, completely dark red in summer. Really nice clone, Apalochicola NF, Florida 

 

Sarracenia flava var. cuprea

S. flava      var. cuprea               IP F63                       "(flava x cuprea) very good cuprea clone, extremely dark top"    

S. flava      var. cuprea               Srba F141 SL           red top    Old Dock, Columbus Co

S. flava      var. cuprea               Srba VV1b                red lid x olive copper top VV 1b

S. flava      var. cuprea               Wang                        (Botanique x chocolate top) seedgrown    

S. flava      var. cuprea               FL24                         coppertop, Cresco Clone, Terry Aleman    

S. flava      var. cuprea               Carow                      sehr hoher Klon, schöne + sichere Ausfärbung           

S. flava      var. cuprea               BoGa Prag S7B21      schöne + sichere Ausfärbung, Green Swamp, Brunswick Co, NC

S. flava      var. cuprea               Srba F52                  red lid     

S. flava      var. cuprea               Klein                         big lid, Old Dock, Columbus Co

S. flava      var. cuprea               MK F153                  very large form, Phil Sheridan   

S. flava      var. cuprea               KU22                         very dark lid, ex Soper, KU22 

 

Sarracenia flava var. ornata

S. flava     var. ornata               MK F88                    "one of the best flavas, my favorite, strong veined with solid red throat"    

S. flava     var. ornata               v. Loenen FL58        Maybe F88 Mike King

S. flava     var. ornata               MK F78                     Pender Co, NC. W.

S. flava     var. ornata               Srba F10a                 VV 1A      

S. flava     var. ornata               IP F75                       clone 1, Apalochicola, Florida

S. flava     var. ornata               Wang                        "black veined” seedgrown, different clones, Bulloch Co, GA

S. flava      var. ornata              Srba F67                  "A. Marshall Clone" sehr großer Deckel     

S. flava     var. ornata               BoGa Bonn               unbekannt, nicht gelabelt, evtl. auch rubricorpora     

S. flava     var. ornata               MK F39                     Wewahitchka; Florida W

S. flava     var. ornata               MK F33                     very fine heavy veins Green Swamp, North Carolina

S. flava     var. ornata               Srba F77/5               very impressive, very dark veins, elegant shape

 

Sarracenia flava var. rugelii

S. flava     var. rugelii                "Giant"                     typical rugelii (ex plantarara)    

S. flava     var. rugelii                MK F18                    "Giant robust clone"

S. flava     var. rugelii                IP F43                      Bristol, Liberty Co, Florida

S. flava     var. rugelii                Wang                       Moultrie, GA, seedgrown

S. flava     var. rugelii                Wang                       clone A x B- two of the best clones crossed together, seedgrown

S. flava     var. rugelii                Wang                       (ben hill Co, GA x ben hill Co), GA, seedgrown co, GA

S. flava     var. rugelii                K. Pasek 45/A        red veines along the body       

S. flava     var. rugelii                Srba  F24c              "cutthroat", Edmund, South Carolina

S. flava     var. rugelii                MK F103                 "Gulf Coast", Potterton & Martin Nurseries 1996       

S. flava     var. rugelii                MK F143                  Large Pitcher and lid, Reading University, Alastair Culham          

S. flava     var. rugelii                MK F49                    sparse but broad veins in inner lid, Clone 2 Milton, Florida

S. flava     var. rugelii                S7C2                        BoGa Prag, giant rugelii

 

Sarracenia flava var. flava

S. flava     var. flava                  Wang                         from multiple different clones   Snead's Ferry, Onslow Co, NC, seedgrown

S. flava     var. flava                  MK F32                      very large form, New Carolina

S. flava     var. flava                  "Goldie"  

S. flava     var. flava                  PW 27                        yellow, fine red veins Sussex CO, Virginia

S. flava     var. flava                  Srba                            Shalotte

S. flava     var. flava                  K. Pasek S7c             Keith Wilson KW SFF18, very colorful, Apalochicola Nat. Forest, Wakulla Co., Florida

S. flava     var. flava                  v. Loenen FL07         PW F20    Hampstead, North Carolina

S. flava     var. flava                  v. Loenen FL54         PW F20    Sussex CO, Virginia

 

Sarracenia flava var. maxima

S. flava      var. maxima             Srba F55a                 B……./A???

S. flava      var. maxima             Srba F54                   extreme long

 

 

Sarracenia leucophylla

 

S. leucophylla           Klein                        dark red/no green, komplett rote Sommerschläuche, Herbstschläuche heller,

S. leucophylla           Klein                        pubescent pink, Perdido AL

S. leucophylla           Klein                        Helmut´s Delight, Klassiker

S. leucophylla           Klein                        dark red pitchers                    

S. leucophylla           Klein                        "Mobile County" extrem fette Schläuche, sehr wüchsig, tolle leuco, Mobile County

S. leucophylla           MK L2                     Tall green & white form, Citronelle, AL, (PW)

S. leucophylla           MK L15                   sehr hoch, über 90cm, weiße Köpfe, hoher Weißanteil, Citronelle, AL

S. leucophylla           MK L18                   Big pink lip, tolle leuco, intensives pink, große Schlauchöffnung 

S. leucophylla           MK L19                   purple/white giant form, Route 71,  near Altha, North Florida, W, (AH)

S. leucophylla           MK L39a                 red & white, introgressed hybrid with S. alata. Pink flowers, Citronelle, AL        

S. leucophylla           MK L43                   pink upper tube, Martin Cheek (Steve Morley)              

S. leucophylla           MK L47                   Cronus (Titan), http://legacy.carnivorousplants.org/cpn/Species/v31n2p40_43.html#cronus

S. leucophylla           MK L49b                 red/pink tube, Perdido, Baldwin Co, Aalabama

S. leucophylla           MK L50                   pure white top, Baldwin Co, Alabama

S. leucophylla           MK L55                   "Tarnock" mutant flower, Perdido, Baldwin Co, Alabama

S. leucophylla           MK L101                 stocky wide mouth,  plant possibly is of hybrid origin with alata

S. leucophylla           MK L133c               clone c, Splinter Hill, Perdido, Alabama

S. leucophylla           McPherson             indoor komplett weiß, outdoor etwas rote Adern, sehr wüchsig, Citronelle, AL

S. leucophylla           IP L53                      ex Stan Lampert, tiefrot

S. leucophylla           IP L19d                    Ben´s Bog, Baldwin Co, Alabama

S. leucophylla           Betz L7                    short stocky pitchers "very nice colorfull, stocky pitchers, really nice clone 

S. leucophylla           K. Pasek                  KP 6A  

S. leucophylla           K. Pasek                  KP 6/7                      

S. leucophylla           K. Pasek                  KP 7, wild collected seeds f. V. Rybka (Boga Prag S2AM), Splinter Hill, Perdido, Baldwin Co, AL  

S. leucophylla           K. Pasek                  KP 8           

S. leucophylla           Wang                       Burgundy x Dark Pink, seedgrown

S. leucophylla           Wang                       multiple Pods "multiple pods, very genetically diverse", seedgrown, Washington Co, Al

S. leucophylla           Wang                       dark red pitchers, "some dark reds mixed in, multiple pods", seedgrown, Santa Rosa Co. FL,

S. leucophylla           Wang                       "WF" Santa Rosa Co" "unique genetics, very tall plants", seedgrown, Santa Rosa Co. FL,

S. leucophylla           Wang                       Covington Co, Al, seedgrown

S. leucophylla           Srba                         pink leuco probably (M L97 x MK L18)    

S. leucophylla           Srba                         "Dave Taylor Clone"                

S. leucophylla           Srba                          L5 x L35c                

S. leucophylla           Srba L2                    very huge cervena Duris         

S. leucophylla           Srba L12a                purple & white, giant autumn pitcher, Deer Park, Alabama 

S. leucophylla           Srba L15                  Santa Rosa Co. FL, North of Milton

S. leucophylla           Srba L20a                purple & white, Blackwater River, near Munson, Santa Rosa Co, FL

S. leucophylla           Srba L20c                sehr große Schläuche

S. leucophylla           Srba L21b            

S. leucophylla           Srba L30a                 very huge, largest leuco of MS cross with his L2         

S. leucophylla           Srba L38a                 pink, Splinter Hill, Perdido, Baldwin Co, AL

S. leucophylla           Srba L109                 white leuco, "historical clone" im 19. Jhd vom BoGa Padua importiert        

S. leucophylla           Amici                        L22A Andrea Amici  

S. leucophylla           L5 Prag                     BoGa Prag

S. leucophylla           BoGa Prag S2AA     Anthocyan free Bill Scholl Clone Antho-free, all green, Ctenium Fields, Baldwin Co, AL

S. leucophylla           D. Svarc                    "Old Clone from David Swarc" sehr schöne große Frühjahrsschläuche      

S. leucophylla           Sarzi L1a                   pink leuco MK L 57 x MK L18   

S. leucophylla           Slack                         "slacks original"      

S. leucophylla           Westphal                  standard, ex plantarara

S. leucophylla           Maier                         Red Neck x Pink tube, Perdido, Alabama #1

 

S. leucophylla           Wang                        HCW # A   Hurricane Creek White, komplett weiße Köpfe, Hurricane Creek, Baldwin Co, Al

S. leucophylla           Wang                        HCW # F   Hurricane Creek White, komplett weiße Köpfe, Hurricane Creek, Baldwin Co, Al

S. leucophylla           Wang                        HCW # E   Hurricane Creek White, komplett weiße Köpfe, Hurricane Creek, Baldwin Co, Al

S. leucophylla           Wang                        HCW A x F Hurricane Creek White, Clone A x F, seedgrown

S. leucophylla           Wang                        HCW E x G Hurricane Creek White, Clone E x G, seedgrown

S. leucophylla           Wang                        HCW E x F Hurricane Creek White, Clone E x F, seedgrown

S. leucophylla           N. Freitas                 HCW clone 1, seedgrown from seed of ICPS seedbank Hurricane Creek, Baldwin Co, Al

S. leucophylla           N. Freitas                 HCW clone 3, seedgrown from seed of ICPS seedbank Hurricane Creek, Baldwin Co, Al

S. leucophylla           N. Freitas                 HCW clone 5, seedgrown from seed of ICPS seedbank Hurricane Creek, Baldwin Co, Al

S. leucophylla           Sarzi L2a                 L14PW x L02MK, "Yellow flowered form”, Citronelle, AL.

S. leucophylla           Sarzi                        "alba", Yuri Sarzi 2015   

S. leucophylla           Klein                        "alba" von Chris Klein fast weiße Köpfe, leicht geadert

S. leucophylla           Klein                        "alba" von Chris Klein , komplett weiße Köpfe, leicht geadert (von Matze M.)

S. leucophylla           Klein                        "alba" Klon1 von Chris Klein, komplett weiße Köpfe, leicht geadert, (von D. Svarc)

S. leucophylla                                            "alba"         "yellow flower"       

S. leucophylla           MK L9                     "alba"

S. leucophylla           MK L42/IP L36      "alba",  yellow flower, Russel Road, Alabama

S. leucophylla           Amici                       "alba", Andrea Amici  

S. leucophylla           Charles Uni             "alba" Clone1, White Top   selected seedling     

S. leucophylla           Charles Uni             "alba"Clone 2, White Top   selected seedling

 

 

Sarracenia minor

 

S. minor                                   Klein                          short fat pitcher                      

S. minor                                   MK M12                    kompakt mit großen Köpfen, Brunswick Co, North Carolina, near Wacawaw River

S. minor                                   IP M31    

S. minor                                   Wang                         Old Dock, Columbus Co, NC, seedgrown 2016

S. minor                                   Srba                           "Klon B von MS, Francis National Forest, Charleston, SC

S. minor                                   BoGa Prag                 wild collected seeds? from Vlastik Rybka, deep red in Winter, Francis Nat. Forest,

                                                                                     Berkely Co, near Cumbee Road, SC

S. minor                                   BoGa Prag S6H1     wild collected seeds from Vlastik Rybka, deep red, Francis Nat. Forest, Berkely Co,

                                                                                     near Cumbee Road, SC

S. minor                                   BoGa Prag S6N2      wild collected seeds from Vlastik Rybka, Fargo, Clinch Co, GA (Georgia)

S. minor var. minor f. viridescens   MK M31a       anthozyanin free, Phil Sheridan crossing, all green, backcross with minor oke         

S. minor var. okefenokeensis     MK M16              “giant”

S. minor var. okefenokeensis     IP M42h                  

S. minor var. okefenokeensis     Klein                      red eyes, großen Köpfe, rote Fenster

S. minor var. okefenokeensis     Klein                      Standard Oke von Chris Klein    

S. minor var. okefenokeensis     Carow                    Standard Oke von T. Carow      

S. minor var. okefenokeensis                                    Okefenokee, near Watchtower, Waycross, WS

S. minor var. okefenokeensis     Wang                      Ware Co, GA (Georgia), seedgrown 2016                  

S. minor var. okefenokeensis     Srba M01               erste minor von Mirek Srba

S. minor var. okefenokeensis     K. Pasek 24/2       (wild collected seeds?), schöne rote Färbung            

S. minor var. okefenokeensis     K. Pasek 24/3        wild collected seeds? sehr groß, weit nach unten gezogener Deckel"          

S. minor var. okefenokeensis     BoGa Prag S6L      wild collected seeds from Vlastik Rybka, deep red, Okefenokee Swamp Rt 177, Ware Co, GA (Georgia)

S. minor var. okefenokeensis     Marabini                 old clone Johannes Marabini, große Köpfe, sehr wüchsig, schöne Färbung, bis 80cm

S. minor var. okefenokeensis     Müller                     sehr große oke mit stark ausgeprägten, hervortretenden Fenstern, she schöner, imposanter Klon! von Hubert/fränk. Sommertreffen 18

S. minor var. okefenokeensis     CK                           very tall and extremely robust pitchers, can reach 1m and even more

S. minor var. okefenokeensis     #1                            70cm, lid covering orifice

S. minor var. okefenokeensis     #2                            große Köpfe, massiger Klon

S. minor var. okefenokeensis     Ian Salter                sehr große, schmale Oke, ex Alistair Culham

S. minor var. okefenokeensis     IP M25                    sehr große Oke, mit sehr breiten Köpfen und ausdauernden Schläuchen. Sehr beeindruckend!

 

 

Sarracenia rubra

 

S. rubra ssp. gulfensis              Klein             Standard

S. rubra ssp. gulfensis              Klein             big fat pitcher, pubescent, außergewöhnlicher Klon - sehr schön

S. rubra ssp. gulfensis              IP R06          Anthocyanin free, Yellow River, Florida

S. rubra ssp. gulfensis             IP R23a         pubescent, Turkey Hen Creek, Okaloosa County, Florida

S. rubra ssp. gulfensis             IP R27           dark red, wavy lid                   

S. rubra ssp. rubra                    MK RR4        long lidded, sehr schöne, tiefrote Herbst- und Winterfärbung

S. rubra ssp. rubra                    Betz              dark red (Johannes Betz), tiefroter Klon - eine der besten rubras

S. rubra "Ancestral Form"        Wang            seedgrown 2016, extinction in the wild with only approx. 5 individuals left.  Can produce huge

                                                                           traps, very unique, Akien Co, SC

S. rubra "Ancestral Form"                               Taylor Co, Alabama

S. rubra ssp. wherry                  RW 6            chatom giant very large, pubescent, Washington Co, Alabama

S. rubra ssp. wherry                  Wang           seedgrown 2016, Many different shapes; dark reds mixed in, Washington Co, Alabama

S. rubra ssp. alabamensis                            Autage Co, Alabama

S. rubra ssp. jonesii                  FH                Fred Howell Australien

S. rubra ssp. jonesii                  JB                Johannes Betz

 

Sarracenia purpurea

S. purpurea ssp. venosa var. burkii             König       Chipola Giant, old Clone from Dr. Eberhard König                      

S. purpurea ssp. venosa var. burkii             Klein        small red form, extrem dense, sehr schöner Klon      

S. purpurea ssp. venosa var. burkii             Klein        Walton Co

S. purpurea ssp. venosa f. pallidiflora        Klein        anthocyanin free     

S. purpurea ssp. venosa var. montana       Klein        Transylvania Co

S. purpurea ssp. venosa var. montana       Wang       (clone 1 x best clone), seedgrown, Transylvania Co, NC

S. purpurea ssp. venosa var. montana       Srba         Toms Swamp Georgia

S. purpurea ssp. venosa var. montana       Srba         KPC x MK PV 19c                     

S. purpurea ssp. venosa                               Wang       "lots of variation in this population, great colors", Columbus Co, NC, Old Dock

S. purpurea ssp. venosa                               Wang       "multiple pods, genetically diverse", seedgrown, Brunswick Co, NC

S. purpurea ssp. venosa                               Wang       southern most location for this variety, unique, beautiful genetics! Blood red bodies,

                                                                                           one of the best venosas out there, Tattnall Co, GA

S. purpurea ssp. purpurea                           Wang        from multiple pods, plants tend to be small, shapely, Huron Co, ON

S. purpurea ssp. purpurea                           Wang        Marl Bog  all cross pollinated    Bruce Co, ON, Marl Bog

S. purpurea                                                     Klein         extrem dense                         

S. purpurea                                                     Siggi         seedgrown von Siggi tiefrot, sehr kompakt, robust, klasse Klon!

S. rosea                                                           Wang       "genetically diverse, from some great, vigorous clones", Mobile Co, Al

S. purpurea venosa x burkei luteola           Srba          S. p. venosa yellow flower x burkii luteola 

 

 

 

Sarracenia psittacina

 

S. psittacina                             Klein                               gulf giant                

S. psittacina                             Klein                               heterophylla, anthocyanin free 

S. psittacina                             Hahn                              giant, von Stefan Hahn            

S. psittacina                                                                     Standard                 

S. psittacina                             Srba PS15a                   Sämlinge vom Naturstandort, selektiert, Mobile Co, Al, West of Albama Port

S. psittacine                             BoGa Prag S3E/FL       very round bulbous heads, wild collected, Blackwater, Santa Rosa, Co

S. psittacina                             Klein clone 15               wild collected seeds, Nr. 15, dark red traps, nearly golf ball size, Citronelle,

                                                                                           Washington Co, Al

S. psittacina var. okef.            Lenssen SL P 17/2      Red/White, very large clone, selected by Stefan Lenssen, Splinter Hill, Baldwin Co., Al

S. psittacina var. okef.             Klein clone 2 LBG       CK: ”1985 imported from Lee´s botanical garden Miami, extremly large rosettes, the

                                                                                            biggest ones in my collection, up to 50cm”

S. psittacina var. okef.             Klein clone 18              clone 18  red plant, heavy fenestrated, DeSoto National Forest, Mississippi

S. psittacina var. okef.             Klein clone 13/1          CK: "own selection, stunning plant, dark red pitchers, forming giant rosettes", Bot.

                                                                                           Garden Lee, seedgrown

S. psittacina var. okef.             Klein                              Bot. Garden Lee, seedgrown, unselektiert, von CK auf der EEE bekommen, unselektiert

S. psittacina var. okef. f. viridescens     Klein             seedgrown plants, all green giant form, can get 35cm diameter easily, Sandy Creek

                                                                                           Road, Bay Co., Florida

 

 

 

Sarracenia oreophila

 

S. oreophila             v. Loenen OR02                        slender veined, zierliche Art, schöne Form

S. oreophila             v. Loenen OR03                        Färbung, große Schläuche, Marshall Co

S. oreophila             Carow                                        Thomas Carow Klon, schöne Färbung, ausgeprägte Aderung      

S. oreophila             Klein                                           Sand Mountain, Alabama

S. oreophila             MK OR07                                   tiefroter Schlund bei ausreichend Licht, Sand Mountain, Alabama

S. oreophila             BoGa Prag 8B2                        Stenicka/A. Marshall "extrem großer Klon, hybridisierung mit alata möglich, lt. MS"

 

 

 

Sarracenia Hybriden

                              

S. x moorei "Leah Wilkerson"    Brooks Garcia, Natural Hybrid, Walton Co, FL "Leah W. Bog"      

S. x moorei "Helen Mary"          MK H182, seedling from batch L18 x F18 2003           

S. x moorei "Adrian Slack"         MK H113, named by Barry Rice after AS 2004, Naturhybride, Milton, Florida (W)

S. x moorei "Brooks Hybrid"      MK H7, the largest Sarracenia in cultivation

S. x moorei "Royal Ruby"           P. Faulisi  natural hybrid, collected from northern Florida in 1991

S. x moorei "Ruth Realff"           MK H341  L 18 x F27a

S. x moorei              Srba            leucophylla OBY x flava burgundy MK F26, red moorei

S. x moorei              Srba            L18 x F30, pink – violet

S. x moorei              Srba           leuco MK L 18 x F87  Mo #38 Paolo

S. x moorei              Srba           L20c x F18 big clone

S. x moorei              Slack          IP X143    1987 clone - ex. Adrian Slack

S. x moorei              Righetti      white lid with a heavy red splotch in the neck           

S. x moorei              Sarzi           JS H29, S. leucophylla red, Hosford x flava atro. "Kimber red ruffles", cross made by Yuri Sarzi

S. x moorei              Pasek         KP 50/1, pink - violett

S. x moorei              Wang         seedgrown, Okaloosa Co, Fl

S. x moorei                                 red tube 

S. x moorei?           Müller         schöne Hybride, vermutl. Moorei, gewellter Deckel mit rotem Rand, leichte Befensterung, ansonsten grün, von Hubert/fränk. Sommertreffen 18

 

S. x exornata "Peaches"           MK H148

              

S. x excellens "Green Monster"   MK H273  S. minor AF x leucophylla AF, cross made by Bill Scholl, Meadowview

S. x excellens                                 S. leucophylla x minor

               

S. x areolata                                  Pascal Kulms, leucophylla x alata red throat                                  

S. x areolata "Pink eye"               MK H243  S. alata x leucophylla cross made by Brooks Garcia

S. x areolata "Black Mamba"      S. leucophylla x alata nigropurpurea, dunkle areolata

S. x aerolata "White knight"        Bill Scholl: "It's a stunning plant that produces a white top with a delicate pattern of green veins. Its best

                                                        pitchers are produced in late summer and early fall. Quite spectacular!" B. Scholl, Meadowview

 

S. x "Hummers Hammerhead“   (S. psittacina x rubra) x rubra alabamensis, Klassiker von John Hummer

S. x "blood, sweat and tears"      Phill Wilson, registered cross by Phill Wilson

S. x "Eva" 

S. x "Metallized"                            Daniele Righetti, unknown parantage, casual pollination     

S. x "Rocket Atlas 5"                    Srba, HA 107E, S. x "Leah Wilkerson" x "Adrian Slack"

S. x "Sky Watcher"                        MK H102

 

S. x HB 60A               Srba         S. oreophila x alata black, sehr nahe an alata mit sehr großer Schlauchöffnung, fast schwarze Schläuche

S. x HB 14 A              Srba         S. oreophila 1V x flava rugelii Apalachicola

S. x HA 19B               Srba         upper part of the tube is dark red, green base

S. x HA20I                 Srba         L20c x AS                

S. x HA 20G              Srba         L20c x AS 

S. x HA 20N              Srba         L20c x AS

S. x B2                       Srba         S. L20c x (leucophylla x oreophila), sehr schöner leuco-backcross mit großer Schlauchöffnung     

S. x Rudolph II x leuco                                   Srba

S. x liberty leuco x oreophila / A                  Srba        

S. x L20 x (leuco  x minor cervena)             Srba

S. x RUDA x leuco Milton,                              Srba         pink - violett mit weißen Punkten

S. x ((purp. X flava) x flava) x sorrow          Srba

S. x oreophila x flava rugelii                          Srba         heavy red splotch    

S. x leuco YRD x (leuco x oreophila)            Srba         white lid with a nice red splotch in the neck

S. x Primysl Otakar I x Adrian slack             Srba         clone 22

S. x flava Horyna x oreophila velka              Srba         clone B

S. x flava Horyna x oreophila De Kalb         Srba        clone A

S. x flava var. rubri x alata                             Srba         James Elis

S. x (leuco x psittacina) x leuco 2vv            Srba         very huge, very vigorous, very colorful

S. x leuco giant x Judith Hindle                    Srba

S. x RUDA x ADS/7                                          Srba         clone 7

S. x leucophylla redneck x flava rubric.        Srba

S. x (flava ornata x oreophila) x leuco giant   Srba

S. x ((leuco x flava ornata) x ASD) x flava maxima) x F64 P. Wilson                Srba

S. x ((leuco x oreophila) x leuco white ruffled clone) x moorei A Porais)        Srba

S. x alata red lid x flava v. rubricorpora         IP             IP X37      dark red pitchers

S. x flava x (S. catesbaei)                                IP             IP X57      "A compact and sought after plant of curious appearance, attributed to A.

                                                                                                                Slack's Marston Exotics."          

S. x leucoph. x (S. moorei "Brooks Hybrid”) IP             IP X138    "A large, robust plant similar in stature to the 'Brooks Hybrid parent, but

                                                                                                                with a more colourful hood."                                                   

S. x catesbaei                                                   Klein                          seedgrown from wild sehr schöne tiefrote Färbung, ähnlich rubricorpora    

S. x wrigleyana                                                                                    leucophylla x psittacina           

S. x flava rubri red throat x Judith Hindle                                  

S. x (flava rubri x (flava maxima x alata))                                      nice and dark red, cross made by Sabrina Bertocco (CPUK - Italy)

S. x rubra x minor                                           Carow                        dunkelrot                                

S. x unknown Hybride                                   Bot. Garten Prag     

 

Darlingtonia

in Arbeit            

 

 

Dionea muscipula

in Arbeit          

 

 

Nepenthes

 

Sumatra

 

N. aristolochioides

N. caranculata var. robusta

N. dubia (AW)

N. dubia seedgrown

N. flava

N. inermis

N. jamban

N. jaquelineae

N. mikei

N. singalana

N. talangensis

N. tenuis

 

 

Borneo

 

N. burbidgeae

N. edwardsiana

N. fallax

N. fusca

N. lowii

N. macrophylla

N. platychila

N. rajah

N. veitchii "golden peristom"

N. veitchii "murud striped x candy striped"

N. veitchii "candy striped"

N. villosa

N. vogelii

N. x trusmadiensis (83er Klon/Marabini)

 

N. bicalcarata

N. campanulata

N. gracillis "black"

 

Sulawesi

 

N. glabrata

N. hamata

N. maxima "weavy leafes"

 

 

Malaysia

 

N. ramispina

 

 

Philippinen

 

N. argentii

N. attenboroughii

N. palawensis

N. truncata highland red

N. robcantleyi

N. ventricosa

 

Hybriden

 

N. x hurrelliana x veitchii #1

N. x hurrelliana x veitchii #2

N. x ephippiata x lowii

N. x burbidgeae x veitchii BE

N. x talangensis x ventricosa

 

 

               

 

Drosera

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Hannes

Wow...

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Christian List

Ich dachte mir auch gerade nur ... WOW 😀

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Ralf Mößle

Wahnsinn. Wo bringt man nur sooo viele Sarracenien unter? Das Gewächshaus muß ja riesig sein...

 

Viele Grüße Ralf 

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Pascal.

Also das Ganze sieht ja noch ein bisschen dürftig aus, aber für den Anfang gar nicht schlecht. 😉

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Mercatz

Okay, deine Wunschliste kennen wir jetzt. Und wo ist der Bestand? 😂

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Hubert Müller

Hey - die Liste ist unvollständig - wo steht die wunderschöne S. minor var. okefenokeensis die Du von mir hast 😯😡🤪

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stefan barth

Stimmt Hubert! Du hast recht. 

Deine hübsche flava hybride fehlt übrigens auch noch - verdammt!

 

 

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Hubert Müller

Dir sei verziehen 😅👊

 

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Redstav

Stefan,

die Bestandsliste sollte vorzugsweise aus Pflanzen bestehen, die du auch kultivierst

und nicht daraus, welche du schon ins Jenseits befördert hast 😄

 

Spaß beiseite - super freue mich schon auf komplettierung 😉


MfG
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stefan barth

Hallo zusammen,

 

erstmal viele Dank für die netten Kommentare und likes!

 

vor 16 Stunden schrieb Ralf Mößle:

Wahnsinn. Wo bringt man nur sooo viele Sarracenien unter? Das Gewächshaus muß ja riesig sein...

 

Viele Grüße Ralf 

Nee - riesig ist mein GWH gar nicht. Eher klein würde ich sagen - 2,40 x 1,80 in der Grundfläche. Ich habe es ringsum mit verzinkten Stahlwannen ausgestattet damit kann ich die Töpfe sehr dicht stellen. Bei durschnittlicher Topfgröße von 9x9cm kann ich ca. 350 Töpfe unterbringen. Derzeit habe ich rund 290 verschieden Klone (Sarracenien) in Kultur.

Außerdem kultiviere ich vieles outdoor auf dem Flachdach unseres Schuppens:

 

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Und noch ne Übersicht über das leuco-Becken:

 

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und einfach so noch n paar Bilder, damit die Liste nicht ganz so trocken da steht:

 

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Viele Grüße

Stefan

 

 

 

 

 

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ChristophBurdeska

So, jetzt fehlt ja nur noch zu jeder Pflanze ein Bild. 😉

PS.: Wann machst du den mal die Nepenthes Liste?

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stefan barth
vor einer Stunde schrieb ChristophBurdeska:

So, jetzt fehlt ja nur noch zu jeder Pflanze ein Bild. 😉

 

das habe ich tatsächlich! und meine internen Liste ist auch teilweise schon bebildert. Ist aber echt ne Mörderarbeit und die Datei wird unhandlich groß...

So richtig hab ich da noch keine inteligente Lösung dafür.

 

vor einer Stunde schrieb ChristophBurdeska:

PS.: Wann machst du den mal die Nepenthes Liste?

 

Die gibts halt noch gar nicht. Die Sarras hab ich über die Jahre immer ganz gut gepflegt und nach gezogen. Aber die neps muss überhaupt erstmal erfassen - puhh - auch viel Arbeit.

Das is was für die kommenden, stillen Winterabende...

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stefan barth
vor 2 Stunden schrieb Redstav:

Stefan,

die Bestandsliste sollte vorzugsweise aus Pflanzen bestehen, die du auch kultivierst

und nicht daraus, welche du schon ins Jenseits befördert hast 😄

 

😁😁🤣 ... dabei habe ich den Cephalotus follicularis "Eden brown" gar nicht gelistet!

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Beautytube

Wow wow und ein Zusatz Wow.

 

Verblasse vor Neid!

 

BT

 

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ChristophBurdeska

Golden Brown, es war golden brown ... Ich bin mir 100% sicher.

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Tim B
vor 2 Stunden schrieb stefan barth:

Die gibts halt noch gar nicht. Die Sarras hab ich über die Jahre immer ganz gut gepflegt und nach gezogen. Aber die neps muss überhaupt erstmal erfassen - puhh - auch viel Arbeit.

Das is was für die kommenden, stillen Winterabende...

Hey Stefan, 

ich sehe du hast die Pflanzen wirklich sehr gut sortiert bekommen, dass hätte ich auch gern so!

Ich würde deshalb vorschlagen.. Bevor du dich dem komischen Kannenzeugs da widmest...Ich schicke dir meine aktuelle Liste noch einmal als PDF und du sortierst mir das so wie dir.

Dann kannst du gleich auch viel leichter sehen, was du noch brauchst. Bis du fertig bist ist der Winter dann rum und wir können direkt den ersten Schwung tauschen. 🙂 Da hätten wir doch beide was von!🤓

 

 

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Klaus v.B.

Einfach nur super 

das die flavas jetzt noch so schön sind😀

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stefan barth

update - Nepenthes

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