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    Local Nursery Got Some Sarrs In- Time to Shop!

    I have it on good authority that they have judith hindle, huge Leuco tarnoks, Red bugs, and doodle bugs. The red and doodle are blooming.

    I already have two red bugs, and one judith hindle. I'd never heard of leuco tarnoks until today. I'll probably get another JH, a couple leucos, and a couple doodle bugs.

    (Thanks to awgaupp for letting me know!)
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    I'd never heard of leuco tarnoks until today Really? Thats probably the most common variety there is. You practically can't give them away on ebay. People are selling them for like 2-3 bucks on ebay.

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    Wow. The ones at the local nursery are very tall. I reckon I might have to get some to see what they're all about.
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    They're "all about" the flower Since they're not comprised of petals, the flowers last much much longer. http://www.flytrapshop.com/servlet/t...rnok%27/Detail
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    Up to three feet tall?!?! This is just what the doctor ordered!
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    I ended up getting two Tarnoks, two Doodle Bugs, and a Judith Hindle.

    The ones in separate pots:
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    Quote Originally Posted by TENroaches View Post
    I ended up getting two Tarnoks, two Doodle Bugs, and a Judith Hindle.

    The ones in separate pots:
    I see you got the judith hindle i was looking at buying even though i had one... and the doodlebugs and tarnoks to the left lol
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    Wow, I wish my Leucos would pop up already and look as great as that!

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