|Quote: from tuyen thi on 7:30 pm on May 13, 2002|
I went to a nursery called Green Thumb to buy a purple pitcher plant ( sorry PFT , but my chances of getting one from you right now are slim because yours are out of stock )[/QUOTE]
A bit of an unappropriate comment. If they are out there really isn't a need to announce it on a post.
As for the Cobras floating in water, this is actually a viable way to grow them if done right, I have heard of many botanical gardens that utilize floating minibogs for CPs. In nature Cobras often grow along seeps that keep their roots constantly in flows of water. When grown floating the cobras are happier because water is a better temperature buffer than air so the roots are less likly to over heat.
I gave all the cobra lilies to my grandmother so she could get rid of her bug problem , and they just started to flower . ( I can;t wait to get my cobra seeds .
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