Stowaways in my VFTs and Serracenias

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Stowaways in my VFTs and Serracenias

by javaliz59 » Wed Dec 05, 2018 3:44 am

I was taking a close look at my VFTs and there's some baby cape sundews sprouting. Then I took a look at my Serracenias and see some baby Cape Sundews T bars there too. Not sure how they got there but now I'm wondering...do I leave them be with my VFTs and Serras to go dormant too? I'm not that familiar with Cape Sundews but apparently they're good at hitchhiking.
Btw I'm in So Cal zone 10 so it's pretty mild here.

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Re: Stowaways in my VFTs and Serracenias

by KStap18 » Wed Dec 05, 2018 4:20 am

I'm in San Diego and last season I was able to leave them outside along with my Venus flytraps. They should be fine with our mild winters.

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Re: Stowaways in my VFTs and Serracenias

by tommyr » Thu Dec 06, 2018 1:30 pm

Sounds like someone's been shopping at California Carnivores!

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Re: Stowaways in my VFTs and Serracenias

by javaliz59 » Sat Dec 08, 2018 10:53 am

That's too funny and you're right. A common occurrence I assume?ImageImage

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