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Thread: H. parva x sarracenioides

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    WOW nice !!! Great colors

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    Thank you Maiden,

    I'm hoping for truly special cultivar out of the bunch

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    The seedlings look terrific, and the combination certainly has potential. Well done!

    (BTW, N. parva from the NASC auction has adapted well and is showing new pitchers...couldn't be happier.)
    KPG
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    "Don't let it end like this. Tell them I said something." - Pancho Villa, last words.

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    KPG,

    Thanks and nice to hear, Im glad the parva is recovering nicely for you.... I knew you would do well with it
    Post some pics when those new pitchers open up, and do keep me posted.

    Butch

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    Very exciting Butch, congratulations! What is the typical daytime temperature in your growing area?

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    Thanks Mike,

    My setup rarely if ever gets over 78f.... if we have an extended period of 100+ high temps (very rare, but not as rare as it use to be) its peaks about 80-82f
    On those rare occasions, I will manually mist during peak temps.

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    What is your watering cycle/method ? Do you keep the soil water logued, very moist or just a little moist?

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    maiden,

    I flood and drain every two days :-)

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