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    Looking for a Capensis

    I've had a capensis for quite some time now, but after a week on vacation, apparently the terrarium got too cool and/or dry. I know, I know, it's almost impossible to kill a capensis, right? Well, I did. I know they grow like weeds (mine was before I went on vacation) so I was wondering if anyone had any capensis babies they might be willing to give up. Thanks!

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    I sell them through my store www.flytrapshop.com which helps me pay to run this forum. They're typically sold more as a clump than single plants (as pictured) though.

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    yes order from andy he is fast it shouldt take long for you to get ytour package and if it does it was the usps
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    errr
    looks like i owe two people medals now...xD
    but yes, do order from andy. he sends near perfect plants

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    Great!!! Good to see you've killed your capensis too... looks like i'm not the only one

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    Quote Originally Posted by upper View Post
    Great!!! Good to see you've killed your capensis too... looks like i'm not the only one
    lol right on!!! disproving he bombproof theory way to go guys!
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    i bet you a new plant its not dead i had a capensis dry out for almost 2 weeks(experiment) till the peat was bone dry and the roots shrivled... then i repotted the roots and treated then as root cuttings and wouldnt ya know i got sprouts.

    i have also killed capensis though. and i actually killed one... a combination of undrained cntainer, low light, airtight bag...and viola. rot. rot all around and the roots were mush.

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    Yeah I rehydrated some old peat that I hadn't used in about 3 MONTHS and a bunch of little capensis sprouted from the dried roots!

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