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    LB?

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    LB my guess is long beach

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    My VFT's and Sarracenia's both grow like weeds outside here in Houston. My neps are highland, so no outside here for them.

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    VFTs and Sarracenia do great outdoors March-October.
    need to store them in a cool basement stairwell for the winter.

    I have one Nepenthes growing in a window indoors..I never put it outside, even in the summer, because I dont want its environment to fluctuate wildly.
    it stays in its window 24/7/365.

    Drosera Capensis grows outdoors in the summer, indoors on a windowsill in the winter. (no dormancy needed)

    and D. binata grows in the same conditions as the VFTs and Sarrs..including winter dormancy.

    Scot

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    High Desert, Southern California

    Temperate Drosera- Outdoors. No problems at all. They like LOTS of water.
    VFTS- Outdoors. They like the sun, don’t like to color up, and have pest problems during the growing season. nothing major.
    Sarrs- Outdoors. No proplems yet…
    Neps- Indoors. Several have died while growing indoors on windowsills. I don’t think they like the low humidity…
    Temperate to Semi-Temperate Pings- Outdoors and Indoors. Don’t even get me started on these. Most died within days after I received them! Horrible luck.
    -Joel from Southern California


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