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    I've got some tips on my website. Obviously there are big differences in highland and lowland seed, and I specialise in highland species. Seedlings will grow in very low light levels for many months, and need to be slowly accustomed to higher light levels.
    Demystifying Nepenthes: http://www.nepenthesforeveryone.com

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    Im getting gracillis, ampullaria, and mirablilis. THanks
    Also, wat about wen they are just seeds.

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    I currently have the same types of nep seeds as you in my nep pots. due to the lack of space, I had to sow them wherever there is empty space. The top layer is always sphagnum moss. Temperature are in the 80s both day and night and humidity level is always >60%. I have N. mirabilis x coccinea seeds germinate within a month for me under the same conditions.
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    Quote Originally Posted by [b
    Quote[/b] (The Griffin @ June 11 2006,6:06)]Hi Jim,
    Where did the mirabilis seed come from?
    Cheers,

    Joe
    Geographically speaking - Hong Kong.

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    Quote Originally Posted by [b
    Quote[/b] (Cindy @ June 13 2006,5:41)]I currently have the same types of nep seeds as you in my nep pots. due to the lack of space, I had to sow them wherever there is empty space. The top layer is always sphagnum moss. Temperature are in the 80s both day and night and humidity level is always >60%. I have N. mirabilis x coccinea seeds germinate within a month for me under the same conditions.
    Cindy, is your LFS dried or live? Do you cover them? Is your media, slightly damp or wet?

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    Im getting mine from a buddy in Borneo. Im expecting it to come in about 5 days.

    P.S. I have a terrarium that has those exact same conditions!

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