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Thread: New Kiddos: S. x "Judith Adrian", S. x "Abnorma"

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    New Kiddos: S. x "Judith Adrian", S. x "Abnorma"

    S. x "Judith Adrain" ("Judith Hindle" x "Adrian Slack")



    S. x "Abnorma" ([(flava v. rugelli x leuc) x (x Royal Ruby)] x [(x wilissi) x flava v. cuprea])



    D. Madagascariensis "Botswana"



    They also have some form of Utic in the pots. Not sure which one, a previous picture thread of mine had someone say they're Utricularia bisquamata.

    I'm not quite happy with how they're settling in the 3" pots that I moved them in. Might try adding a little more peat moss to even out the soil.

    Group shot:

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    Also, they'll probably be heading outside soon, second I can find a nice way to get an outside tray for the 3" pots. I think a Tupperware container might do it...

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    Very nice sarracenias! do you have Gin goblin yet?
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    Quote Originally Posted by petmantis View Post
    Very nice sarracenias! do you have Gin goblin yet?
    Not yet, gonna get that and S. Godzuki (his S. Oreo x Minor cross) in a while. At this rate I could justify another big foam pot, but I'm actually a bit low on space...

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    Hm, decided to put them out. It's nice enough out, although I'm worried about how much sun they get:

    Here's outside before:




    And now:


    Everything I have out there on top are Carnivorous.

    Starting from the top...

    S. Leuc "Titan", S. Judith Hindle
    Darlingtonia
    2 new plants + VFT "Red Piranha"
    Drosera Filiformis Tracyi
    VFT pot -- Dente on the left, a very tiny (unseen) Gold Strike up at top, an Akai Ryu on the right, a typical in the bottom, and a B-52 in the middle.

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    Nice! I too have a Judith Adrian. I expect a lot of variance from this cross. Let's see how they look as adults.
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    i bought 3 judith adrians, and 2 each of gin goblin and abnorma. the judith adrians are way too small to see any details yet. the abnorma's look pretty cool so far, the gin goblin's, i'm not so sure. i guess time will tell.

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    i have a gin goblin, it's not the yellow in the picture, it's a crimson. I will order a judith adrian, they are awesome! and an abnorma too after vacation
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