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    It's a gradual process and for my area it started about a month ago.

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    Here are some pics of my new 'outdoor' bog I know you guys mentioned that they will go dormant, but I only had these plants and they needed to be potted anyways So what do you think?
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    http://img157.imageshack.us/img157/7...tbog006fj6.jpg
    http://img90.imageshack.us/img90/632/bestbog007yj7.jpg
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    http://img90.imageshack.us/img90/6784/bestbog009ii3.jpg

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    looks good but that small sundew(which is called D. spatulata) wont survive the winter. it is a tropical species.
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    Quote Originally Posted by [b
    Quote[/b] (glider14 @ Sep. 30 2006,7:40)]looks good but that small sundew(which is called D. spatulata) wont survive the winter. it is a tropical species.
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    I thought you said non of them will survive the winter, now I'm confused.
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    He said if your winter is too harsh, they won't. It really depends where you live.

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    Niki the sarrs and VFT you have will be fine outside. I do think you may need a little more peat in the bog thoguh if it rains they will get submurged. The dew probably should be potted. I don't know much about them. Your in Fla so the winters are not going to be too harsh. The VFT and sarrs will dye back to the ryzome and come back next spring. So don't be alarmed. I like the idea ov the vevisions with rocks, but I duno how long they will remail pretty once you get mosses and dews starting to grow everywhere. The tropical dew would be suitable for your indoor bog if you wanted though.
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    Ok got it, thanks I will repot the dew in it's own little pot.
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    Yay! the droseras getting its own pot, im excited!

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