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eou812

 
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how to grow

by eou812 » Sun Oct 03, 2010 1:16 am

anyone know how to grow these sundews? pink sundew, dewthreads sundew, oblonged-leaved sundew. so anyone know how to grow them from seed right now they haven't sprouted yet but i am growing them on peat moss and i give them 1-3 hours of direct sunlight in an easern window in a humidity dome and once they get big enough i will grow them outside without humidity dome and i water them with distelled water and i put all the sundews i posted in the fridge for 6 weeks at a temp. of 37 degrees F. and i planted them without burring them and now they have been in there for 7-8 weeks now and no sprouts anyone know why thanks and if anyone needs anymore info let me know thanks. oh and i got them from that carnivorous creations kit from dunecraft thanks.
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Re: how to grow

by masmith » Fri Oct 08, 2010 7:13 pm

The first step is to USE PUNCTUATION!!!!!!!!!!
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Re: how to grow

by eou812 » Fri Oct 08, 2010 7:21 pm

thanks that was a lot of help and man you are S T R I C T
GOD created the heavens and the earth (JESUS).

Anyone have any kind of carnivorous plant seeds i am willing to make an offer just let me know. GOD BLESS.

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Re: how to grow

by Hayden » Fri Oct 08, 2010 7:38 pm

Try www.growsundews.com

A very helpful owner with plenty of good guides that should help you with what your looking for!

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