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    Just saying hi

    I'm new here and just wanted to say hi. I've kept CPs in the past but not successfully, they usually died after a year or so. I'm hoping with the advice here I'll be better off. I'm most interested in VFTs, Sarracenia and North American Sundews. I live in MN and so advice from anyone else who lives up here would be much appreciated. I would love some species suggestions for the Sarracenia and sundews. Thanks in advance.

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    Welcome to TF! Those plants in particular do best when kept outside, either as pots in a plastic container or rain water or distilled.

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    Welcome to TF!
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    Welcome to TF!!! Hopefully with all the knowledge available here you can keep those plants longer than one year.

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    Welcome to TF!
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    Welcome aboard! With our powers combined...

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