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    Don't eat me,... Mr. Flytrap thbjr's Avatar
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    3 day old capes

    They're so tiny. Here they are at 3 days old.
    They took 16 days to germinate, so it's 19 days since I sowed them.



    I hate to admit my lack of memory, so please excuse, but will the member
    that traded me these D. capensis red and albino seeds please PM me.
    Thanks for the seeds.
    Tom

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    Nice healthy little seedlings. Give it 6 months and they'll be flowering and you'll have hundreds of them...
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    Adorable. It's so odd how sundews look nothing like their future, mature selves when they're young.

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    Nice germination Junior.

    Just don't do what I did (by accident) and sow the seeds too close together.

    YIKES! It's gonna be a freakin' forest of Capes.

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    Don't eat me,... Mr. Flytrap thbjr's Avatar
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    Fryster, I sure would not want to be an ant in that pot. Talk about try to navigate your way through a forest...
    Even my avitar would get stuck in that jungle.

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    I KNOW!!

    You know how uber-tiny those seeds are, and as light as pepper flakes. It is impossible to place them as you want them. Oh well, I got a forest goin' on here.

    I'll 'prolly re-pot a lot of them and give them to friends and co-workers.
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    question for you both, are those just normal capes? I have some babies that are the red leaf variety, and they are starting to fade, still growing pretty strong but going away from that green color.
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    Yes. Mine are typical capes.
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