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    nice! I grow all my plants in gallon pots, even the seedlings which arent even a year old! they love it, they grow at about 1 pitcher per week
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    that is a really huge ampularia!!!!!!!

    Danm, how old is that?
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    T_T my VFTs/VFT collection are dwarfed compared to those,
    man, if i had that many VFT, i would spend all day feeding the traps and watching like 500+ more traps pop up the next week ^^
    then... repeat!!!
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    Hey all, I have a big pot tip for you. If you go to your local grocery store's floral department you can get 10" heavy duty black plastic pots free. These are 2 gallon size, and are 9" deep making them perfect for sarracenia root systems. You do have to drill or cut drainage holes into the bottom, but these pots will last for years and hold up to UV light better than most plastics. Be nice to your produce and floral man/lady [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/new/smile_m_32.gif[/img]

    Oh, I forgot to mention that you have to specify the cylindrical standard looking pots they get to hold flowers, not the fluted display ones.
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