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Thread: Judith Hindle or Danna's Delight?

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    If we had a frontal shot of the peristome, column and hood we could tell right off as "Dana's Delight" has almost no column as opposed to the very short one on 'Judith Hindle'. This feature is not readily apparent from the side or back.

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    how is that?

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    My money is on "Dana's Delight" - practically no column where the hood joins the peristome. 'Judith Hindle' usually doesn't grow tall narrow pitchers either. Typcially shorter, more compact like the one facing away in the above picture.

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    thankyou very much.
    im sure you know what your talking about so ill stick with Dana's

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    Either way they are both gorgeous Sarracenia hybrid cultivars and are welcome additions to any CP collection. Once you get them out in the sun this upcoming growing season you'll be amazed how colorful they can be.

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    Definately Dana's Delight. Nice plant you got there!

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    Thankyou very much.

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    Smile Dana's Delight

    SirKristoff -

    This is definitely S. 'Dana's Delight.' I have hundreds of them, in all sizes of development.

    The difficulty with your initial picture was that the plant had not put up any newer, larger pitchers. This new picture makes it clear that this is not S. 'Judith Hindle.' 'Dana's Delight' has a hood shape and patterning that is very similar to S. leucophylla; the color is much more pronounced than typical S. leucophylla, but the shape is pretty much the same.

    'Judith Hindle,' on the other hand, has a hood that generally is more recurved on the lateral edges, AND it has a much more reticulate (web-like) pattern on the hood. 'Dana's Delight' has larger areoles (white spots), just like most leucophylla.

    As for the deeper red coloration on the very small juvenile pitchers, this can occur on both of these cultivars, depending on the lighting conditions. I have scores of 'Judith Hindle' youngsters right now that are almost indistinguishable from the 'Dana's Delight' youngsters!

    I hope the 'layman's terms' here are easy enough to understand. Feel free to contact me at any time if you have any questions!
    Mike Howlett

    "Leuc, I am your flava!"

    Now we know Princess Leah's last name: Wilkerson!!

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