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Thread: Weird grass growing with Sarracenia

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    Thank you! Do you know how it was introduced to my pot? Because I don't really know how that started to grow

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    Quote Originally Posted by kenny_planter View Post
    Thank you! Do you know how it was introduced to my pot? Because I don't really know how that started to grow
    Common with sphagnum. Will frequently sprout from lfs.

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    Yeah I noticed that too in some of my Nepenthes pots. I pull those out as well. I wonder if those kinds of grass grow in their natural habitat.
    Last edited by Joseph Clemens; 02-25-2015 at 07:22 AM. Reason: Nomenclature

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    Rushes and sedges are common companions at Sarracenia sites. That's not saying much, because they're some of the most botanically diverse habitats in the southeast. High endemism rates, too.

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