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    the typical is just grown in my terrarium so it doesnt have any coloration other than the green
    the Hummer's Giant came like that from JustLikeAPill so i cannot take credit for it.

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    i think im done messing with it. ive seen many pics of happy cephs growing in live LFS
    so i threw a top layer on.


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    Quote Originally Posted by SirKristoff View Post
    i think im done messing with it. ive seen many pics of happy cephs growing in live LFS
    so i threw a top layer on.

    I personally prefer to not use a top dressing of LFS as it keeps the crown wet all the time. I plant mine on a mound of soil to try to ensure that the crown doesn't get wet too often. Many cultivation guides say not to stand these plants constantly in water as it encourages rot but LFS likes to be very wet all the time. All the pictures I have seen of their natural habitat show them growing in mainly wet grasslands.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mobile View Post
    I personally prefer to not use a top dressing of LFS as it keeps the crown wet all the time. I plant mine on a mound of soil to try to ensure that the crown doesn't get wet too often. Many cultivation guides say not to stand these plants constantly in water as it encourages rot but LFS likes to be very wet all the time. All the pictures I have seen of their natural habitat show them growing in mainly wet grasslands.
    true, it can keep the crown wet but not soaking wet.
    my LFS is usually pretty damp but not soaking wet or anything. Charles Brewer said could use it to great effect. and alot of people use it. but ill keep an eye on it.

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    pitchers are finally opening back up

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