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By optimus prime
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Does anyone know what species this Sarracenia is. Each pitcher appears to be a different size and shape
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By MikeB
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#357899
It sorta looks like the Judith Hindle hybrid. I need to see mature pitchers to make a positive ID.
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By MikeB
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Google "sarracenia judith hindle" and look at pictures. It's a pretty plant.
By optimus prime
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#359541
I keep it outside all day I just bring it in for a few hours to cool off and catch some flies
By steve booth
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#359674
If it is outside, unless you are in an area with some extraordinary conditions, I would leave it outdoors, it will catch enough flies to keep it happy.
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By optimus prime
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#359702
Ok I live in texas so it gets around 108 degrees in the summer

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