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    Sorry this is so old, but if i leave it at the windowsill where it gets average light, should it stay in two years or could i keep it three?
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    Er what does the heat mat do?

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    my house is warm do i need a seed heating matt? ( i dont have 1 thats why im asking)

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    Quote Originally Posted by awgaupp View Post
    Sorry this is so old, but if i leave it at the windowsill where it gets average light, should it stay in two years or could i keep it three?
    nope. Sarracenia go dormant according to photoperiod and to a lesser extent, temperature. it will go dormant on the windowsill.

    I loved this topic when it was first brought up. its a genius idea that many people use around the world to propagate from seed.

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    Last edited by Joseph Clemens; 11-28-2010 at 01:48 PM. Reason: Nomenclature adjustment
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    Hmmm. Any thoughts on doing this with Dionaea? o.O

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    It's quite interesting this method I will like to try it... but it work it for Darlingtonia?
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    What is needed for propagation outside what kind of success rate can we expect

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    I am germinating some seed and was curious about the cold stratificiation previous to germination. Can i put hte pot with the sewn seeds int he fridge with a bag over it and forget about it till the 4 weeks have gone by and then put it in the warm 24/7 light conditions? I have never germed my own sar's before

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