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    when do sarrs usually flower? is there no effect on the growth, or should i cut them off like vfts? thanks

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    Sarracenia will usually flower soon when the plant is making mature pitchers. You don't HAVE to cut them as it doen't affect any growth. Here's a saying I remeber Want seeds let it be, Want big pitchers grab the clippers. [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/smile.gif[/img]

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    when will the sarrs (judith hindle) from pft.com mature? a year? two years?

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    The Judith hindle cultivar is quite vigorous and should mature rather quickly. I would say a year or two.

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