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    I'm going to repot my S. flava 'rugellii' seedlings this spring into something where they'll have more room around themselves to grow. My initial indea was to use a seeding tray I have leftover, but to punch some holes in the bottom... What would you say is the minimum depth for sarr seedlings? They germinated in october, and they're all in a four inch pot now...

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    Hi, The seedlings won't be that tall, but as long as they are separated apart they can do ok in 2" or so of compost mix..
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    Mike King

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    http://www.carnivorousplants.uk.com

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    Thanks Mike.

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