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Thread: Some D. capensis seedlings

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    heres a bit of an update...some more of them, taken on a different side of the container
    i think they are cute xD

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    squish em wow i wonder how it'll look when they all grow up.... @_@

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    Seriously, I would take sections of the surface and place them in several pots. This way you won't end up with a tangled mess of plants, starving each other out.

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    I take babies put them into my pots of neps then after they are big put them into the cruel worlds They grow up fast in warmer bright conditions like my propogater tank then I jsut take them out....

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    lol so mean to the poor capensis. Such a nice plant and a lot of people call it an infestation

    I'll take all unwanted capensis lol. Call me the capensis adopter

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    D. capesnsis is like a dandelion - attractive plant that is way too successful for its own good! Whne ya think sundew, and have a mental image, capensis is what comes to mind. It really is a much better plant to give a kid that a VFT, that would likely die within a season.

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    heres another update.
    cant see them that well but most of them have their first carnivorous leaves

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    and an overview of them.

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