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    Bylis gigantea germination Q's

    Hey guys,

    I have a few seeds of B. gigantea and B. lamelleta (sp?), and was wondering what the best way to germinate them would be. I have already smoke treated them, so i guess im asking what kind of soil/pots/light they need to germinate.

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    They do best in a loose open soil, I use my tuberous/petiolaris mix for all Byblis species. I prefer deep pots for mine to avoid too much moisture which can lead to damp off on seedlings and base rot on more mature plants. I give mine full sun outdoors.
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