July 10, 2008 | Joe Tomocik

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Plant diversity is wonderfully expressed by the many exciting pitcher plant cultivars (Sarracenia cvs.).

S. ‘Judith Hindel’ grows up to 24 inches and, liking a touch of sun, is displayed nicely at the Gardens Information Desk and Fly Trap Feast. Bright and showy, this popular pitcher plant captures insects, devouring them and absorbing the nutrients.

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