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    I just sowed my seeds a few days ago. I din't have any spare pots and I ran out of moss/sand planting my D. rotundifolia, so I sowed them with some of my other plants. Two in each of my S. Leuco pots, one with my big purp, and one with my drosera (don't worry, I have pots now and I plan to order more soil soon). I can;t wait for them to sprout!
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    i think that big venus flytraps with small pots grow really long leaves. but i'm not sure

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    Mat_man444-Not quite true there fellow. [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/tounge.gif[/img] Long leaves form when the plant lacks good light or when it's summer, not small pots. In Jhaluska's case, it's summer. If the leaves r long because of lack of light, the plant's leave(petioles) should be unsturdy and floppy. There are other exeptions to long leaves to. That is if you have a southwest giant, dingley's giant, spider, or erecta.



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    Ftg its heteredoxa I believe. [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/rolleyes.gif[/img]
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    Thanks!!! I've been scratching at myself with that question for ages...
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    Edit:replying from p.1

    I've used the miracle grow peat bags and perlite my plants seemed to grow faster and healthier (atleast my young vfts)
    I saw no negative effect on them. though I don't recommend anyone chance it I only used it because I had no alternative
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