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Thread: Nepenthes x 'Judith Finn'

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    I've just been thinking that N. x 'Judith Finn' hasn't been recognized as much as other neps since the only colorful part of the pitchers are usually just the peristome (though there is color in other parts, like the throat). So, I decided to make a thread with pics of people's plants. Here's a few pics of mine:







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    I'd post a pic of mine, but I think we all know what a dead pitcher looks like

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    N. x 'Judith Finn' colors nicely under intense light.




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    Due to its N. spathulata parentage, it should color up as illustrated by voodoo's plant. Very nice.

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    Very nice plant, voodoolizard. Though, I think there are several varieties of N. x 'Judith Finn' with many different looks to them, like spots or as in voodoo's plant, it turns a nice shade of red. But, maybe I'm wrong. If I was, then why would only the peristome on my plant turn incredibly red?

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    Quote Originally Posted by [b
    Quote[/b] (Drosera36 @ April 13 2006,11:47)]Though, I think there are several varieties of N. x 'Judith Finn' with many different looks to them
    I always thought 'Judith Finn' was a cultivar... but Savage Garden describes it like it's the name for all hybrids between N. veitchii N. spathulata.
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    Yeah, I think it is just a cross between any N. spathulata and N. veitchii, which is why there is so much variation.

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    I have a couple N. x 'Judith Finn'. Here is a picture from a few months ago of a recently opened pitcher before it colored up. Here it is..
    It's like walking out a door and discovering it's a window.

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