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    A leuco by any other name would still be as gluttonous. CorneliusSchrute's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by KKPsi08 View Post
    Well that sucks. Guess ill just stick to the Sarrs.
    I would still try it. Just prepare a bright a bright window sill in the air conditioned house. They seem to readily adapt to humidity changes.

    You could still leave it out in the temperate and colds seasons.
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    A leuco by any other name would still be as gluttonous. CorneliusSchrute's Avatar
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    I meant to mention that I have read of many keeping them alive on windowsills, as they are tolerant of moderate to maybe even heavy shade.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cbennett4041 View Post
    I meant to mention that I have read of many keeping them alive on windowsills, as they are tolerant of moderate to maybe even heavy shade.
    So what is the safe temperature range for them?

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    I'd be very happy to grow at the temperatures shown on the graph, those are within my experience.
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    While I will readily acknowledge that we'll generally go above 90 during the late summer fairly regularly, those temperature profiles are actually very accurate for this year. We hardly broke 90 more than a few days. I was down in SC last year, but even then I remember it being consistently hotter in the early summer than late summer. Obviously, that's pretty stark contrast with the years of heavy heat and drought that preceded these relatively cool/wet summers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fredg View Post
    Waaaaaay too hot?
    http://www.weather.com/weather/wxcli...ly/graph/37036
    How inaccurate is this graph?
    I want to add that that info is for Charlotte, TN not Charlotte, NC.

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    A little late joining this thread but thought I would post a few pic's of my Cobra's.



    There is no such thing as too many-001-jpg

    Mix is equal parts Peat, Perlite and Orchard Bark. I over head water until it runs out the bottom of the tray where the holes are located approximately 2" from the bottom.

    There is no such thing as too many-015-jpg



    There is no such thing as too many-007-jpg

    Same plants in mid December.

    There is no such thing as too many-003-2-jpg

    Pitcher about the size of my fist.

    There is no such thing as too many-001-jpg

    Flower stalks in early spring.

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