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    I have lots of bare spots in my bogs and I was wondering what I should buy to fill it up. So I need a list of sundews that go dormant along with my other plants ( Sarra's, VFT's, exc.)

    I think I posted this same thread a while back but it's late and I'm to tired to search for it so here it is again. Woohoo.
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    DO go dormant or CAN go dormant?

    A bunch of sundews have the capacity to go dormant but do not require one. So does it matter?
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    It dos'nt matter really. As long as they wont die when winter gets here its cool.
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    D. filiformis
    D. angelica
    D. rotundifolia

    Do a search on "temperate sundews"
    ALex
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    D. angelica? Anyhoo, in addition to filiformis & rotundifolia, intermedia & binata. are what I keep outdoors in buckets-o-minibogs and since I live in the Buffalo area, I take them up to the attic, where it is cold but not frigid. They reside at a window sill and wake up on their own in February / March.

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    sorry jim...brothers in the other room are watching the Rugrats movie haha.
    Alex
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