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    Yes... that would! Actually, I'm rather fond of the species. It makes for excellent "newbie packages". They're really a nice plant - just a little too successful - not unlike U. subulata and dandelions!

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    From what I understand, you can kill a capensis simply by bringing it to Singapore. That's what they say, anyway.

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    Quote Originally Posted by [b
    Quote[/b] (jimscott @ Aug. 15 2006,8:15)]How about pouring gasoline on it and lighting a match?
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    Quote Originally Posted by [b
    Quote[/b] ]From what I understand, you can kill a capensis simply by bringing it to Singapore. That's what they say, anyway.
    Bringing foreign live plant material through an airport I'd be more worried about [my life than that of the capensis.
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    haha
    when I posted first message about it turning black, they did not water it for about a week, so it was bone dry
    I dont know how it survived, but now I moved it to an east facing window and it is getting water
    yay!
    I am going to visit the sarracenia in Oregon someday



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