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    nice! just out of curiosity what are the seedlings in the top left? beans?

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    they happen to be brugmansia x candida. the terrarium helps speed the process of seeds to germinate. Along with the madagascariensis there is a truncata plant that you can see a bit of it and a drosera aliciae
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    I thought those were some kind of solanaceous plant, makes since that they would be Brugmansia.
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    a fiew things i would like to touch on
    1.you need heat to germinate nep seedlings
    2.yes they will germinate on you're window sill aslong
    as there is enought heat humidity & light
    3.it looks astho you have burried thoes seeds
    ALL cp seed likes to be sown on the surface
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    Warm and humid with "bright shade" for lighting. We germinate in platic trays covered with saran wrap. Once the seedling get started we peel back the saran a little at a time to acclimate them to the harsher greenhouse environment. There is a very high mortality rate. About half will make it. Out of that lot there will be a handful that are vigorous, strong growers-the "keepers".

    Interesting to see the Brugmansia sprouts. We have Brugmansia sanguinea sprouting right now.

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    I have some N. Lowii Seeds and N. Mirabilis seeds in a seed tray.
    the humidity is aroud 80 and the temp is around 85 f
    they are under a compact flourescent 65 watt 24/7
    do the lowii seeds need a night time drop to germinate, or will the temp being high increse seed germination?
    i dont think i would be able to keep the Lowii so i might be able to give some away [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/tounge.gif[/img]
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    Good question on the lowii. Do seeds and cuttings from highland plants benefit from bottom heat ,ie a seedling heater, or do they prefer the same conditions that the parents would?

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    update

    they have there first leaf on them with little pitchers like 1/8 of an inch. they are still really small but healthy i totaled about 6 nep madagascariensis [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/new/smile.gif[/img]
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