Is the sarracenia Judith Hindle a fast grower?

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Is the sarracenia Judith Hindle a fast grower?

by alvin » Mon Aug 16, 2010 5:19 am

Is the Sarracenia Judith Hindle a fast grower and produces lots of pitchers like the sarr. rubra?

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Re: Is the sarracenia Judith Hindle a fast grower?

by Matt » Mon Aug 16, 2010 4:47 pm

Yes, compared to most of the Sarracenia I grow, S. x Judith Hindle is a pretty vigorous grower.
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Re: Is the sarracenia Judith Hindle a fast grower?

by limeslide » Tue Aug 17, 2010 11:59 pm

It's a superb grower, quite the looker, too. :)
Isn't it S. 'Judith Hindle', though? I remember reading that the × was no longer allowed in cultivar names (as opposed to regular hybrids like ×moorei, or ×harperi). Correct me if wrong.
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Re: Is the sarracenia Judith Hindle a fast grower?

by Matt » Wed Aug 18, 2010 1:25 am

limeslide wrote:Isn't it S. 'Judith Hindle', though? I remember reading that the × was no longer allowed in cultivar names (as opposed to regular hybrids like ×moorei, or ×harperi). Correct me if wrong.

That could very well be correct. I've not done my research on proper naming convention of Sarracenia cultivars, only Dionaea.
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Re: Is the sarracenia Judith Hindle a fast grower?

by limeslide » Wed Aug 18, 2010 4:34 am

Matt wrote:
limeslide wrote:Isn't it S. 'Judith Hindle', though? I remember reading that the × was no longer allowed in cultivar names (as opposed to regular hybrids like ×moorei, or ×harperi). Correct me if wrong.

That could very well be correct. I've not done my research on proper naming convention of Sarracenia cultivars, only Dionaea.


Pretty sure the [Genus] '[cultivar name]' is for all CP cultivars, like U. 'Jitka', P. 'Tina', and N. 'Miranda' to name a few cultivars from other CP genera.
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