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    If it isnt a clone of a cultivar (which would be specified) it is a typical.. Although some typicals are special and thats how they become cultivars.. People name them

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    So wait... even though they look completely different, the VFT on the left in the top pic and the VFT in the bottom pic are BOTH typicals?? LOL, I just revealed my status as a complete VFT n00b.

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    I've got a VFT "Low Giant" growing in my indoor terrarium with a 125watt bulb. It's getting settled in but I'll post pictures in a month or so when it's growing full-swing
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheFury View Post
    Red Dragon coming out of a very light, short dormancy (it was all green just a week ago), right next to a larger typical:

    im just curious...how do you know the Red Dragon was in a "very light, short dormancy"?
    and where was it growing that would allow a very light, short dormancy?

    Scot

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    It stopped growing and died back but didn't seem to lose all of its traps. I had it on a south facing windowsill getting temps of below 50 degrees.

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    So when you grow these under lights, you've never had any problem with dormancy requirements? I know dormancy is a natural response to growing conditions in nature, but it seems that to deny that, would be like going without sleep. I would imagine that growing year around under intense lighting, they would need a break from it and go into their dormant stage, to ensure healthy growth for the upcoming growing season. But I also know there's more than one way to skin a cat.

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    Vey good information here regarding the dionaea plants grown entirely indoors with artificial light provided. Here you can see the results which is the difference between an indoor grown and the outdoor grown.
    grow tent and be healthy

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