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    you can kinda tell by the color that there is no light supplement
    great plants
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    Nice plants Jim! Yes they look a little shade-grown but they're healthy shade-grown plants. From what I can tell you're keeping them all in trays, with no exception for the dormant P. gypsicola. Well keep it up and I wouldn't be surprised if you end up with a lot more flowers in the future.

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    ALL Mexican butterworts have been kept at the window sills; hence the incrediblt green look. The only one with any red to it is the P. agnata, which isn't pictured here. I took a bunch more pictures on the weekend and hope to have them hosted, culled, and uploaded soon.

    I'm debating keeping them there or moving them to the attic, where it will eventually become hot and dry for the summer. I'm also considering keeping them outside, inder the porch, where they will get less than full sunshine, but avoid being rained upon and drowned, like last spring. I'm open to suggestions....

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    WOW! They are looking great! Kepp it up! - I plan on trying some of mine on the grow rack in the garage, but it will get ferociously hot in there this summer (>105F consistently). I want to put some under my front porch where they will get morning sun and FRESH air. And, finally, I want to make a plexi glass "shield" and put some on my outside grow rack in full morning sun. The shield will protect it from direct flooding rain.
    I would suggest moving yours outside - protected, but outside.

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    Having taken the sprouted leaf / plants out of their respective bags last night I now have extras. I'll have enough to trade with, as well as to try the under the porch approach.

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