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    "Oh, now he's a philosophizer" Baylorguy's Avatar
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    Way to document. All of my flytraps flowered last year under strong indoor lighting and they are doing just fine. Granted I did put them through dormancy which is a must or else they would probably be dead right now.

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    Better pictures haven't been uploaded yet but here's what I have so far:




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    I'm working on saving a Fred Meyer's cylinder of death plant. It's pretty dormant at the moment, except two flower stalks coming up...

    Hopefully it will be on the rebound this spring.

    Nice pics!
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    I just rescued a p. Primuliflora last Saturday from a small death cube. I only buy them IF they look healthy. I'm not a miracle worker!
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    Quote Originally Posted by tommyr View Post
    I just rescued a p. Primuliflora last Saturday from a small death cube. I only buy them IF they look healthy. I'm not a miracle worker!
    Was your original D. adelae from there as well?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jimscott View Post
    Was your original D. adelae from there as well?

    Yes and now I have MANY of them! They now fill a small tray!
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