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    Smile CPs that i can grow

    Hey guys. Actually, as you already know or not, i live in Brazil. The temperature here is really warm or hot and i wanted to know which carnivorous plants adapt to the Brazil weather. I wanted CPs that dont hibernate like my VFT does. One is enough haha.

    Thanks, Fieldz.

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    A bunch of droseras!

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    Nepenthes if the humidity is high, is it?


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    Yea, its medium/High i guess.

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    Which part of Brasil do you live in? You should be able to grow either highland or lowland Nepenthes like no other. You should also be able to grow Cephalotus and a boat load of tropical Drosera and terrestrial Utricularia

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wire Man View Post
    Which part of Brasil do you live in? You should be able to grow either highland or lowland Nepenthes like no other. You should also be able to grow Cephalotus and a boat load of tropical Drosera and terrestrial Utricularia
    He lives in Rio
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    Then lowlanders should be pretty easy.

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    As far as plants you can grow there go...you have alot of options...Lowland nepenthes, bybilis, tropical Drosera, Mexican pinguicula,...all of these can be grown where you live.
    Some days it just isn't worth chewing thru the restraints.

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