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    Can Byblis liniflora be grown as a windowsill plant instead of a terrarium plant?
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    I grow mine as a windowsill plant.


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    I did also, but it seems to struggle with lower humidity or cold or draft. This may be one of the few that does better in a terrarium.

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    BTW what needs to be done to germinate it?

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    I've approached in the same manner of any CP - disperse them over the damp surface of the media of your choice and cover. Mine sprouted in a week.

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    Ahh maybe mine did not sprout because I stratified them

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    Rather than start a new thread I figure this question fits here- a friend is sending me a few fresh Byblis liniflora seeds (fresh as in right out of the pod yesterday)
    The Savage Garden mentions something about a "rest period" for freshly harvested seeds, before you attempt germination..
    What kind of "rest"[img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/new/confused.gif[/img] Should it be in the fridge For how long, like by the time they get here in the mail should they be good to go, or should I wait

    Thanks for readin me post, any help here would be hot [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/biggrin.gif[/img]
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    Maybe you should do half and half, sow some now, have some rest before planting?
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