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Seed grown Fly Traps started 2017

by FlyTrap Hunter » Tue Jan 14, 2020 1:18 am

They got a upgrade into a deeper pot.
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Definitely giving up individual pots for more grouping of plants in bigger and deeper pots. Should be less maintenance and easier to keep hydrated.
Didn't do much to make these seed grown grow faster.

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Re: Seed grown Fly Traps started 2017

by DesertPat » Tue Jan 14, 2020 1:28 am

Good coloration on those. They all look about the same size, do any seem more vigorous than others?

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Re: Seed grown Fly Traps started 2017

by Matt » Tue Jan 14, 2020 4:13 pm

That one on the top right in the first photo looks like it will be a beast of a plant!
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Re: Seed grown Fly Traps started 2017

by FlyTrap Hunter » Tue Jan 14, 2020 8:37 pm

DesertPat wrote:Good coloration on those. They all look about the same size, do any seem more vigorous than others?

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They are not as colorful in the summer. Only a few kept the red color. a few grew a bit taller and some divided more than others.
Some have cool growth patterns.
The group toward the top of the pot has better genetics than the ones toward the bottom. As Matt noticed.
Right now they are dormant. Not frozen. But dormant.
Should be able to see what they do this year. I think a immature Fly Trap may not look the same as a adult, so I am holding judgement.

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Re: Seed grown Fly Traps started 2017

by FlyTrap Hunter » Tue Jan 14, 2020 10:02 pm

This is a better picture.
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