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    The second one has leucophylla in it and could possible be a Judith Hindle or a Dana's Delight.

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    THough the picture is a bit blurry, I'll have to go with the leucophylla theory on the second picture. Or a hybrid of it.
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    Here are some clearer photos and closeups. Hope they help in identifying this CP (I'm busy resizing the photos of the 2nd plant):


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    And here is the other plant I'd like to have identified:



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    IMHO that is a Judith Hindle that is bad need of more light. I say that because that is exactly what mine looked like when I had no choice but grow it on my windowsill when the outside of my apt was being renovated.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CPsInAtl View Post
    IMHO that is a Judith Hindle that is bad need of more light. I say that because that is exactly what mine looked like when I had no choice but grow it on my windowsill when the outside of my apt was being renovated.
    Thanks. So is that why some of the 'leaves' are dying from the top/spout down? It gets about 4 hours direct sunlight, but if that is not enough then I'll have to put it outside:

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    no it's not a 'Judith Hindle', it is a hybrid with leucophylla in it though
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    Well... a good way to tell would be to put it outside in more sunlight and see if it turns red

    I will concede that it may not be a "Judith Hindle", but all I can say is that when I had mine on a windowsill like that, the leaves became green with only a few white spots in it, and was really long and thin like the shown picture
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