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Thread: Sarracenia from Home Depot

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    Sarracenia from Home Depot

    My mom bought these from Home Depot last year and thought theyd make pretty houseplants...in the garage They had to skip dormancy this year, so I hope it doesn't hurt em down the road, but I've got em outside now in a circulating bog. They've begun pushing up pitchers so I was hoping it'd be a good time to ask for an ID. They're from Nurserymen's Exchange, if that helps any. Their website only lists "Sarracenia," though there's a picture Bloomrite Sarracenia

    And my own photo:

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    i'm inclined to think S. judith hindle, especially coming from HD.
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    Idk what it is but its very beautiful.

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    Judith hindle almost 100% certain.

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    thanks everybody i was worried it might be a Dana's Delight because I just bought one and I can't differentiate between Sarracenia...yet! I'll label it as a "Likely Judith Hindle"
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    Dana's doesn't have quite the frilly flaring of the hood, dead give away. Of course, it *could* be some cross that *looks like* Judith Hindle.

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    Based on not only the look of the plant, but also knowing what plants are commonly in tissue culture, are "mass produced"
    and sold at places like Home Depot = 98% probability: Judith Hindle.


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    Yup, Hindle
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