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Thread: ID this Sarracenia

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    id say judith hindle, but definately not a straight leucophylla, if its a leuco.

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    could it even possibly be an S. x moorei? if it looks so much like a leucophylla but isnt.... thats my next guess.
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    No way that's a moorei or a Judith Hindle. That's leucophylla x rubra.

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    I haven't killed it yet, so when it starts growing we'll get a better idea what it is. I guess S. leucophylla shows its best growth in the fall so we may have to wait a bit.

    All the hoods and tops turned brown so I trimmed them off.

    I did acquire some mature S. leucophylla rhizome divisions so at least I'll have something to compare it to.
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    Compare till your hearts content. It IS NOT pure leuco. I am inclined to go with Garden of Eden and MFH on this one. I have too many S. X readii to think this is anything but.
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    Yes, looking at S. x readii, I'd have to say it is a very good match. If I don't manage to kill the plant we shall see in a few months.
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    Yes I would definately say wait till you see a fresh trap and the proper ammount of sun.
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    I hate to disagree with Bugweed, who is more experienced and knowledgable than probably anyone here.
    However, I would say it IS 'Judith Hindle'. I think it is still young and out of tissue culture, but I bet as Spring and summer come on the pitchers will fatten up and it will look more and more like a typical 'Judith Hindle'. The one leaf on the left looks a little more 'Judith' than the others. My main reasoning is that 'Judith Hindle' has been mass-tissue cultured, and it is one of the few hybrids you will find in the mass market (along with 'Scarlet Belle' and maybe some of the "Bus" series). I am not saying I can't be wrong, (and I went from 99.9% positive to 80% positive after reading Bugweed's reply! ).

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