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    Hey, I'm about to get some Byblis liniflora from copper, what should I
    a) pot them in
    b)how should I stratify them
    c)how long should I wait
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    Hello Kirk,

    Yo donīt need to stratify the seed. B.liniflora is an easy species. You can sow the seed in a pot with a mix 1:1 peat/sand or milled sphag/sand. Usually the seed will sprout in 1 to 3 months and you can give it as much light as you like, I grow mine under direct sunlight.

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    They also need warm-hot temps to germinate.

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    that should be no problem as i live in florida and in the summer
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    I wrote an article on this- look back 5 or so pages in the drosera section.

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    That was on B.gigantea though.
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