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    Alright, I look over my plants nearly every day (In West Mansfield, there isnt much to do). But anyway, I saw a flower bud appear today, or I'd say it was a bud. Since I'm new at this, I was wondering if you guys could help me decide if I should let it flower. Just noting, I wouldn't keep the seeds cause my box is full.
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    i dont see the flower, im only gonna let my really stong VFTs flower this year
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    Yea the stocks still little, I was just wondering if you seasoned vets think this one's healthy enough to flower.

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    If you want seed let it flower,if not clip it asap! I`m going to let my 'dentate traps' bloom and grow seed this year,But I decided to clip all my typicals,"green dragon",and 'clumping cultivar' stalks this year though.
    I`m hopeing to get some finer toothed dentatates then the clump I already have.
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    Genrally speaking, if I know my VFT's have gone through a dormancy and have been kept outside - I let them flower. I know they have maximum energy and rest. If not, I'd cut the flower scape.

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