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Thread: Byblis liniflora question

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    I had them 2 inches from a fluorescent light, they didn't do much...so I put it on the south windowsill and it seems to like it (some leaves that didn't have droplets previously do now)

    for the record...the transition was inspired by jimscott's paradoxa.




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    Good, natural light should do it better. As I understand it, D. paradoxa can take a lot of sunlight. When you need to keep your plants 2 inches from your lightsource, that should tell you something about the strength of light being emitted.
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    I'm moving them to my windowsill once they're a little bigger

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    I am not sure how strong your sunlight is but I have had 1/5" seedlings doing well in under hot tropical sun. Another grower left some seeds to germinate in open conditions and forgot about them. He later found several seedlings alive in dry LFS! Byblis liniflora is really tough.
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    Quote Originally Posted by [b
    Quote[/b] (Cindy @ June 23 2006,4:20)]I am not sure how strong your sunlight is but I have had 1/5" seedlings doing well in under hot tropical sun. Another grower left some seeds to germinate in open conditions and forgot about them. He later found several seedlings alive in dry LFS! Byblis liniflora is really tough.
    Cool! I intend on trying to germinate some outside as well! I want to see how much sun they can handle. I imagine that they'd be stunning in full sun. Nice and compact and colourful. For now I've got my gangly etiolated ones- not that I don't love them all the same.
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    so far they love the full sun for 6 hours a day

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