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    lowes vft

    this is a picture of the normal vfts at lowes
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    This is what I got today
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    Any Idea what type

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    rball i would say picture 1 is typical and 2 is a red dragon

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    im exited they had something different for once, i got 3 of the "dif" ones and a darlingonia

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    Wait a few months for it to slow down to the regular pace of a VFT not riding on TC "energy".

    Unless Lowe's has changed its death-cube supplier, I highly doubt it's a clone different from the everyday typical...
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    Nice find, love the inconspicuous pot in the 3rd pic too xD

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    ok the other plant ppl is a japanese maple im growing from seed and making intoa bonsai......get your head out of the gutter....i just dont understand how there were this type several of wich in one row, then next row all green ones like normal typicals, followerd by a row of darlingtonia then a row of purp......i mean the row of purps werent all purps as some that were marked purple pitcher plant was obviously more like a flava or judith hindle yet marked purple picher plant. Thats why im thinking its not a typical.

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    You can find quite a bit of variation with garden center Venus Flytraps as some of them are tissue cultured from seed. 'Dentate Traps', 'Akai Ryu', and 'Cupped Trap' are in mass tissue culture and once in a great while you can find them in the garden centers.

    Let's see how those babies turn out under good growing conditions.
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    well its still quite cold out now as i live in the mountains in northern ny but as soon as it wamrs up there going to be in full sun, tomarrow im looking at snow during the night but if its nice out im going to be puting them ouside until then they are under flourescents.

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    i wish i could just find this botanical wonders or ask lowes for a contact number of where they got them and jsut ask somone.

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