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Thread: what are the best growing conditions for a D. capensis?

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    Agent of Chaos Wolfn's Avatar
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    If light is a problem, you can try growing a Drosera adelae on the window. It thrives in shadier conditions.
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    See these young capensis plants? I did nothing to encourage them at all. They just reside on the window sill, labelled U. alpina.

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    Just 2 cents worth of caution if you remove the plants it might be best to harden them off gradually vs just taking them out of their "softer" growing conditions.
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