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Thread: Received this wondeful little 'judith hindle'

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    Had to take a photo of this little pretty. My girlfriend bought it at a Lowes and it looks pretty darn happy to me. I'll repot this later on this evening. Wanted to post the photo because it is so darn pretty.


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    if you think it's pretty now, wait till it colors up in the sun

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    I love it! She bought one for herself too when she was in Florida visiting her parents. I tried to take photos of the plant inside but that didn't work too well. Me and pictures are hit or miss- some turn out remarkably well and others are basically really bad. I took this plant outside to photograph it and the bright sun washed out some of the red. I was surprised to see so much red on such a young plant but it was definitely there. Yes, I am waiting to get this outside to color up but I don't dare for about 2 months. There was a thread last year where people posted photos of their Saracenias. It was a friendly battle of the beauties. I remember seeing some pretty spectacular Sarrs and I distinctly recall a mature 'Judith Hindle'. I'm glad I have my own.

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    That's in better shape than the one I saw at our Lowes.

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    Here's the intermediate stage where the white comes out, before it all turns red!

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    wow,I really want a judith hindle now.....
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    Starman,

    Yes, you do. They are a spectacular hybrid. And pretty hardy, too, even for a sar.
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    Hi All,
    Here are some photos of one of our S. 'Judith Hindle'


    It really is a great cultivar.

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