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    If you are careful you should be OK. Your plants will look like crap for a while afterwards. Remember that any roots from the D. adelae that break or need to be cut can be repoted to form new plants. I would be most worried about the vft, I just don't do very well with them.

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    ok thanks for the reassurance might take a stab at it saturday [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/sad.gif[/img]

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    Hi Jeff,

    One more thing. I planted my D. adelae in pure LFS. I started with one plant from lowes, took root cuttings and in less than a year I had four pots full. Here are some pictures of one of the pots.

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    hey Glen - they are growing like weeds in that one pot- lol - nice plants. i will just repot the sundew like i said and leave the flytrap and the pitcher alone. they are no were as full in the cube as your sundews, so i'm sure i will know when its there time to be repotted.

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    Quote (jeffsz28 @ Aug. 07 2003,10:21)
    they are no were as full in the cube as your sundews[/QUOTE]
    Oh, don't worry about it. When I got my first adelae, from Lowe's, it was tiny (less than an inch wide) and unhealthy. But within a week, it was extremely healthy and all over the place! Still is! Ah, I'm a miracle worker. [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/wink.gif[/img]
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