Cobra lily sprouts turned dark green?!

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Cobra lily sprouts turned dark green?!

by DeathMob » Fri Apr 12, 2019 2:53 pm

What should I do if they turn dark green? It is spring and temperatures are around low 60’s to sometimes high 70’s.

Are they dying?
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Re: Cobra lily sprouts turned dark green?!

by Huntsmanshorn » Sat Apr 13, 2019 12:11 am

I could be wrong, but I don't think that's a Darlingtonia.

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Re: Cobra lily sprouts turned dark green?!

by DeathMob » Sat Apr 13, 2019 5:20 pm

Yeah, I hope that I did get the right seeds. I am almost certain that I do though, because I made certain that these seeds were right and they do look like the right seeds. I just think they are not fully developed yet. These sprouts are about 1-5 weeks old.

Also these seeds have gone through 4 weeks of stratification after I receive them as of Feb 2nd
to March 3rd.

I just read that from seed these guys are slow growing. Within 3 years they will be 2-4 inches long.
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Re: Cobra lily sprouts turned dark green?!

by steve booth » Mon Apr 15, 2019 2:16 pm

DeathMob wrote:What should I do if they turn dark green? It is spring and temperatures are around low 60’s to sometimes high 70’s.

Are they dying?


Temperatures low 60s and high 70s are not a problem to these plants, also dark green isnt a problem as long as they are getting as much light as you can give them. Just let them grow on.

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Re: Cobra lily sprouts turned dark green?!

by FlyTrap Hunter » Mon Apr 15, 2019 5:27 pm

One year old DC from seed
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Re: Cobra lily sprouts turned dark green?!

by DeathMob » Tue Apr 16, 2019 4:32 am

Awesome looking cobras dude!!! Are those the red cobras?
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Re: Cobra lily sprouts turned dark green?!

by DeathMob » Tue Apr 16, 2019 5:07 am

steve booth wrote:Temperatures low 60s and high 70s are not a problem to these plants, also dark green isnt a problem as long as they are getting as much light as you can give them. Just let them grow on.

Cheers
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Awesome thanks for the reply Steve! I actually looked at the roots before I reported them into a white container and they were white and healthy! Thanks again!
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Re: Cobra lily sprouts turned dark green?!

by FlyTrap Hunter » Tue Apr 16, 2019 2:47 pm

Deathmob
I don't know. Inside they stay green but are really red/purple outside. I got the seeds from what'sgrowingon.
It survived outside last year to temps of 95 to 100F, but we have night time drops to 70F here In Eastern NC. I am going to keep mine in sunlight til about noon. I think keeping it in the shade for the afternoon helps with the heat. I think that's how it survived the summer heat.
Good luck growing them

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Re: Cobra lily sprouts turned dark green?!

by DeathMob » Wed Apr 17, 2019 3:22 am

FlyTrap Hunter wrote:Deathmob
I don't know. Inside they stay green but are really red/purple outside. I got the seeds from what'sgrowingon.
It survived outside last year to temps of 95 to 100F, but we have night time drops to 70F here In Eastern NC. I am going to keep mine in sunlight til about noon. I think keeping it in the shade for the afternoon helps with the heat. I think that's how it survived the summer heat.
Good luck growing them


Awesome!!!! Thanks for the tip I was so thinking that exactly as to how to care for them in the summer heat. Spring and fall temperatures are great for full sun and especially winter. They like warm days and cool nights during the growing seasons. It’s just for the hot days and nights we have to take a little extra care for them by either providing cool water or shade. I’m going to put some in the shade and some I’m gonna try to take care with some cool water ideas that I have in mind, but if ever away from home for long periods of time the best place for them is in shade in the afternoon.

Btw how long does it take for them to grow their first pitcher? I grew mine from seed. These guys are going on week 6 and some are still sprouting.
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Re: Cobra lily sprouts turned dark green?!

by steve booth » Wed Apr 17, 2019 9:06 am

The pitchers in FTHs picture are the juvenile 'first' pitchers the next flush will be small but Darlingtonia shaped pitchers. When this happens depends on what plant seeds you have, where the plant is in the seasons etc, but as a general rule towards the end of the first year or definitely in the second year, they do grow slowly so patience is required.
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