Here's a seedling from 2011 seed purchased from Cedric Azais, which is his SX83 x SM31, Sarracenia areolata x S. moorei 'Adrian Slack'. I love the contrast between the upper and lower operculum. Possibly next year moved to a better growing position the contrast will get greater.
Here's one of its siblings
And here's a nice fun plant from Mike King you can see why it's called "Manta Ray"
Hi Corky I had a greenhouse some twenty odd years ago that eventually collapsed and I couldn't afford to replace, however last year was what people tend to term these days, a significant birthday and some very kind co workers bough me an 8 x 6 poly carb greenhouse. So now I do have a greenhouse and somewhere to nurture some plants, but yes the vast majority still reside outside in bogs or pots and throw up some pretty offerings from time to time. Cheers Steve
Here's an update on one of the the seedlings shown above, it's the 2011 seed purchased from Cedric Azais, his SX83 x SM31, Sarracenia areolata x S. moorei 'Adrian Slack'. The plant is not in currently growing in optimum conditions being in a mass nursery bed and shaded by chillies growing adjacent. However I like the green colour up the back of the plant to the neck of the operculum, the inner red and light exterior colours to the operculum and the red veins and fenestration. I will take it from the greenhouse nursery bed in the spring and grow it in more optimal conditions to bring out its true colours. I do hope that it doesn't change too much, just the colours darkening and lightning would be nice.