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    I googled the strand all I got were several refernces to you, spanning a few forums... or is that fora!?

    It's gonna be awhile before I can get hold of a camera, but mine is a fishtank filled with water. The two holey containers hold the heater down and allow for evaporation. The pots are less than one inch submerged. I have a Grolite ~4" above the pots. Considering all the jostling the liniflora, globosa, jacquelinae, and lanata have undergone, they all seem to like what's going on. The lanata now has 6 dewy leaves. This will also double as temporary triage for some lousy looking sundews!

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    I just received a D. kenneallyi . Does this one like super hot temps?

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    Treat kenneallyi like lanata
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    That sounds promising, once it acclimates. Is D. indica considered Petiolaris Complex? I just received seeds thereof...

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    indica is not petiolaris complex but does well under similar conditions
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    Travis, are your plants submerged all the time, just a little bit, or do you replenish the water when the water line is below the pot?

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    pots sit in 5cm water max and I do not add water again till the level is 1cm below the pots
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    D. dilatato-petiolaris is really easy and can take low temps (min. of 55 or so). It took this quite well all winter. My house goes up to the mid 80's in summer. Due to crappy insulation, summer night temps in my house stay at around 80. Few cp's are happy in my conditions.

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