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    sunny sundews

    im in coastal new jersey....so 95 max and high humdidty....i was planning on putting my vft's, sarrasina, and sundews outside for the spring and summer. But will my cape dew, and two forked dew thrive in these conditions?

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    First situation I've encountered where I agree with Sarah Palin.
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    LOL! Yeah, they would do fine. Very hardy plants.

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    hahaha wasnt expecting that

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    @cp-connection
    You've got a really brief, concise and graphical answer there. LOL.

    VTF's, Sarrasina, and Sundews are very strong plants. They can stand high temperatures just make sure you monitor
    them in case of any problems. As long as they have few insects to feed on and a bit of water against the heat, I'm sure
    they'll survive the condition.

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