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    Recent photos (like today )

    Note: After looking at the numerous photos on BobZ's CP photo finder I'm inclined to agree that is a S. x readii






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    Quote Originally Posted by mfh View Post
    Still looks like a readii.
    that gets my vote
    (still NOT a Judith Hindle...
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    Sarracenia rosea?...don't be ridiculous!

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    S.x readii!!!

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    Fall colour and flower:



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    Okay, what is the difference between a readii, a Dana's Delight, and a Judith Hindle? And furthermore, what are these?








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    Both 'Dana's Delight' and 'Judith Hindle' will turn almost comletely red given enough sun. 'Dana's Delight' will keep a bright pink almost fuscha tinge in the hood and throat - very disticntive. 'Judith Hindle' will get a darker maroon in the hood/throat. x readii keeps an olive green with red veining.

    'Dana's Delight' will have narrow tall pitchers 2-3 feet. 'Judith Hindle' is shorter and more squat - no doubt more purpurea in the mix.

    The hoods on 'Judith Hindle' and 'Dana's Delight' have very ruffled large upright hoods, where as x readii hoods are more parallel with ground. x readii has a narrow column (neck of the hood). 'Dana's Delight' has the widest column of the three. 'Judith Hindle' has the largest hoods of the three - 2-3 the width of the mouth. x readii has the smallest hoods.

    Sarracenia x readii is a natural occuring hybrid of leucophylla and rubra.

    'Judith Hindle' and 'Dana's Delight' are cultivars of complex hybrids of leucophylla, purpurea, psittacina and who knows what. They are propagated through tissue culture or division to maintain their characteristics.

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    Alexis...you obviously live in England and have not seen readii in the wild (or much in cultivation). No two are alike. You can't go by one photo.

    JimScott...those are all different hybrids. That's the difference. Once mature they will differ in appearance.

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    Going by Warren's written description, is my top pic that of a Judith Hindle?

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