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Thread: pots vs. mini bog

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    For my plants i like putting them in large plants so i can cover em up during dormency
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    Which plants? I would have Sarracenias, VFT's, and temperate sundews in a minibog and the rest in pots.




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    Do you put a couple small holes in your mini-bogs? Or none at all?

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    I have mine in a mini bog and it's way better. You don't have to water as much, and they have more protection from the heat and cold. Another thing is that they have room for their roots to grow and spread out better.

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    by mini bog dont you just mean a really big oversized pot?

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    I guess it depends on what you're growing and if tyou realy care wich is wich. Just imagine a bog of burmanii, sessilifolia, dielsiana and others that look very very similar, all making seeds and spreading them in the bog....it's going to be a big mess trying to id them.
    .....in your case ....you're probably not going to have any issues.
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