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    Don't eat me,... Mr. Flytrap thbjr's Avatar
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    I went to Lowes this morning to get a mop bucket and wouldn't you know it, they had a new flat of CP's. So I just couldn't help myself. I know I got a Pinguicula, Dionaea and a Nepenthes, but the exact ID I haven't a clue.
    I got the VFT because I'd never seen such large traps.
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    The ping has what looks like a plantlet growing on the end of a leaf. Is that odd?
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    The nep, well I didn't have any, so I got this one.
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    Thanks for the help .
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    Well, since these are Botanical Wonders CP's, I believe the list of Lowes CP's stickied to the top of this forum answers my question about ID's.
    I'm still wanting to know if the 'growth' on the P. primuliflora is weird or not?
    Thanks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by thbjr View Post
    I'm still wanting to know if the 'growth' on the P. primuliflora is weird or not?

    Nope. Primulifloras grow plantlets out of their leaves like crazy.

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    OK, then I guess the next logical question is how does one root them? How large should they be before trying to root them?

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    Speaking from experince about trying to separate the plantlets from P. primuliflora.... that doesn't work too well. They tend to die by manual separating. Just let them root themselves and become independent on their own.

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