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    5 words for VFT:
    B E A U Tiful

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    outstanding pics V, well done mate
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    The coloration on your darlingtonia is impressive!

    Thanks for sharing your photos.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JayJay View Post
    5 words for VFT:
    B E A U Tiful
    4 letters and half a word actually

    Anyway vraev I guess some of those are the little seedling that were in the small plastic cup, they are really looking good

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    I love that pic witht the baby VFT and the pygmies! In thew first pic, what Sarr is that?
    http://www.terraforums.com/forums/image.php?type=sigpic&userid=6789&dateline=1352508752

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    Thanks soo much for the compliments guys. lol! Yup celox, those ALL are the seedlings from the small tiny cup:


    By vraev at 2007-02-18

    @ capensis, I don't really know what the sarr is. A local friend of mine has tons of sarrs in his greenhouse and they cross pollinated naturally and this was a seed mix he sent to quite a few of us. Of that mix I had only 4 or so germinate. This is one of them.

    thanks Jeff! Thanks B!!

    here is a more complete picture of my cobra.


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    I've been wondering this for a while now, but it was said that cobra's were really hard to grow inside due to the root cooling that was needed...

    did you address this? or just grow em anyways?

    I absolutely love the plant and wish I could grow it in my terrarium...

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    I just grow them anyways. lol! they don't really seem very fussy at all. However, this winter I did not put them through dormancy. During winter they were still recovering from repotting. They take around 4 months to recover from repotting. MONTHS not weeks.

    In my opinion most probs with temperate CP's is during dormancy. So I haven't really faced that yet with this species.

    Just remember that they need a very open media with live sphagnum if you can. well....actually my media is orchid bark and LFS 50% each and topped off with live sphagnum. Also note the pot....the edges are giving kinda a terrarium effect and giving the plant good humidity. THis IMO is very very necessary for this plant.

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