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By VelvetTooth
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Joined:  Thu Apr 21, 2022 5:05 am
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Ordered: 4/20
Shipped: 4/20 :o
Received: 4/23
Review: Ordered the small 3x cultivar flytraps for $26 free shipping and no sales tax :lol: . Order comes with pots and LFSM. B52 and red dragon are guaranteed, and the third is a random of a typical, flexx, pinnacle, king henry, or dente. I got the dente. The B52 ended up being 3 plants and one had a flower stalk which I cut off. Very satisfied with the fast shipping and 2 extra B52s! I would definitely order from Joel again if he expanded his sarracenia varieties. I heard that flowers stalks can become plants themselves, so I just put mine in the LFSM. Is this the right way to do it?

Update: Turns out that pink plant is a not red dragon and it is actually a Flexx. It became full green in outdoor sunlight. I asked customer service and the old description of B52 and red dragon being guaranteed is false. Did not get a replacement even though on the review someone else with my same problem from last yr did. Customer service was a bit rude. Apparently it is actually just 3 random plants despite the site still saying B52 and red dragon are guaranteed.
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By MikeB
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VelvetTooth wrote: Sun Apr 24, 2022 5:37 am I heard that flowers stalks can become plants themselves, so I just put mine in the LFSM. Is this the right way to do it?
Yes. Here is an article on Flytrap Care that covers flower-stalk propagation.
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