Sprinkle on the surface of moist media in warm and bright conditions, stratification isn't necessary to get very good germination. With fresh seed you should see germination within a few days.
Sounds easy enough. Are they harder to take through dormancy for their first five years? Which I believe is the time it takes for them to become mature.
Last edited by curtisconners; 02-08-2016 at 06:42 PM.
Thanks for the thread. One more question. What type of nepenthes is that in your profile picture?
Agreed. Thanks for answering my seemingly infinite questions. I'm sure I have many more.
Last edited by curtisconners; 02-08-2016 at 07:43 PM.
A lot of it depends on your environment and how and how often you water your plants. Analysis of the soil in some natural locations show mature VFTs growing most commonly in almost pure sand. My personal experience is that these plants do best for me in pure Sphagnum peat moss.
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