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Thread: S. Alata and minor needed

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    ah ok

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    I checked of the pests, there are none, also, they Are getting great light, full sun, they're in the best light spot in the yard.

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    I've got some alata's but I'm not willing to unpot them right now (they're kinda surrounded by other plants and it would be a huge pain.)

    If you're still interested come January pm me then and I'll see what I can do when I repot.

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    It looks to me like those sarracenia rhizomes are planted a bit deep... just a thought.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DrWurm View Post
    It looks to me like those sarracenia rhizomes are planted a bit deep... just a thought.
    Agree completely.
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    You only want to bury this part of the plant halfway.
    If it's completely covered with soil it makes it harder for the plant to make new pitchers.
    Also if you are going to pot the plants in pure peat I would break up any peat clumps that are in the soil.
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