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    I too had early buds this year due to fluctuating winter temps. I believe they were on a flava and my scarlet belle. came up in early february. This is in upstate south carolina, so very unusually early for mine. Temps went back down to freezing but i dont think it damaged anything. Im actually having the highest turnout in buds this year, i think im going to let nature run its course and see how many seedlings show up on their own next season. Last years were manually pollinated, stratified, and grown from seed in a terrarium

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    I did experience one frost about a week ago but none of the plants seem to have noticed. Now they're talking about it being 80F on Thursday, breaking the record high. My first flower should be opening soon, and it seems that my Darlingtonia won the race. It started out slow but sure overtook the Sarracenia.

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