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    Ceph Seedlings/Question For JMATT

    Here is an update on my Ceph seedlings:







    I was VERY pleasantly surprised that more had sprouted since the last time I checked!


    JMATT - Would you transplant these to seed trays yet, or wait??

    Thanks,

    Bill

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    Those are too cute!

    And they're trying to pitcher already too. Wonder what they expect to catch at that tiny size?
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    Hey Bill!

    Try one or two and see how they do. Don't be in too much of a hurry.
    They look quite happy where they are, let them put on a little more size.
    Was that your own seed?
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    Thanks JMatt.

    Yes that was my own seed that I collected last summer.

    The original plant was a 1-leafer I got from John Phillip at the first NECPS meeting in 2003, and I had put a division of it into that large 17 inch bog planter. That's the one that flowered.

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    They're so cool! I see that you placed the chopped sphagnum in 'steps'. why is this?
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    do you grow these outdoor?

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    kath -

    I'm not sure what you mean by 'steps'. It might be an illusion from the shadows cast on the container by the window.

    upper -

    These seedlings are still wayyyyy too young and tender to go outdoors here. While most of my Cephs stay inside growing in a tank under fluorescent lights, I do grow some of my larger Cephs outdoors during the spring, summer, and fall. I put them in a semi shady area.

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    Wow they are really cool how small and cute they are
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