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By Daniel_G
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Joined:  Thu Mar 25, 2010 7:27 pm
#166754
If you're talking about Sarracenia, there isn't really an amazingly strong plant. All will need dormancy, but the fridge method will work for them.
By Coldzercp
Posts:  174
Joined:  Thu Mar 22, 2012 9:42 pm
#166787
Well purpurea's can withstand wetter climates and stuff so that may be hard to kill if you leave it outside with enough water
By beckhamlim24
Posts:  810
Joined:  Mon Oct 17, 2011 2:49 am
#166807
I am living in Singapore near the equator too. What about you? I grow nepenthes, ping and drosera. Personally, i have not face any diffuculty about growing nepenthes yet. Currently growing drosera capensis :)
By Lock
Posts:  170
Joined:  Thu Oct 11, 2012 8:42 pm
#166863
While Saraccenia are more or less the same as far as hardiness, if someone were to ask me which Sarracenia to get if they were new to growing, I would point them towards a good ol' purpurea. They take overwatering and exceptionally cold weather in stride. That's just my two cents though. -Lock
By beckhamlim24
Posts:  810
Joined:  Mon Oct 17, 2011 2:49 am
#166931
Omg. I just went to the nursery in singapore and saw a pitcher 17cm.... Almost bought it. It was so cheap. Actually supposed to sell for about Singapore currency $50. But it is only sold for $15. Just like those jungle traps.
By beckhamlim24
Posts:  810
Joined:  Mon Oct 17, 2011 2:49 am
#167218
You can go to Gardens By the Bays. They have tons of carnivorous plant and it seems like the real habitat. They installed air-conditioner and everything to make everything like spring, summer, autumn and winter. You can also go to Katong Flower shop at Tanah Merah. Or you can go to Singapore forum called GCS. The people there sells plants. You can also go to World Farm, Far East Flora, the nursery that at Bedok,
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