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Thread: When to replant seedlings?

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    The round portion of the leaves with the tentacles are twice as large too.

    The tentacles and glands have a nice red hue and it's producing huge gobs of dew.

    I raised it closer to the lights to see what happens.
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    If it has reddish pigmentation, and it hasn't gotten much greener, then you're probably pretty much alright on the light intensity.



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    Some photos of the little buggers. Silver object is a common straight pin.






    and a couple shots of the D. capillaris x rotundifolia


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    One good thing about California Carnivores is that you usually get more than just he plant you buy since he apparently has seed blowing around that place.

    I've had D. rotundifolia, D. capensis of all sorts, D. nidiformis, D. dichotoma, unidentified little rosetted sundews, and assorted pygmies popping up in pots I've bought from Mr. D'amato.

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    And once in awhile , you will find a little succelent,(Kalanchoe sp.) know as mother of thousands. growing in the pot also. we jest can't keep these things contained.
    Lois
    Every seed that you plant ,doesn't sprout.
    Every seed that sprouts, doesn't make it to maturity.
    Every cutting that you stick doesn't grow roots.
    Every cutting that roots doesn't grow to a small plant.
    Every small plant doesn't reach maturity.


    Who needs speelcheck?

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    Yes, a pleasant surprise. I suppose I can always trade some of them, if I can identify the species. I just need to find a source that sells greenhouse pots in small quantities to repot them.
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