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By Shadowtski
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Woke up to a light snowfall Monday morning.
I had already brought in the tropical stuff.
My subtropical dews, mostly capensis, were covered with snow and asking to come in.
They're in the basement now, they'll be fine.
Temperate Drosera, VFTs, Cobras, and Sarrs, will stay outside until we get a good solid frost.
Then they will be fully dormant and they'll come inside until the 2021 growing season is here.
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By Panman
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Those are some beautiful shots. Keep them handy. I am thinking that the December photo contest will be winter wonderland pictures.
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By Apollyon
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Panman wrote: I am thinking that the December photo contest will be winter wonderland pictures.
It'd be interesting to see but idk how many people could contribute to it. Then again most of you guys actually see snow and cold weather lol.
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By Panman
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You could put a Santa hat on a ceph. :lol:
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By MikeB
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Apollyon wrote: Thu Oct 29, 2020 2:47 pmThen again most of you guys actually see snow and cold weather lol.
It's cold in south Florida when iguanas start falling out of the trees.
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By Panman
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We are due for 36F this Sunday. That should throw my plants into dormancy.
By DragonsEye
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Joined:  Sat Oct 01, 2016 1:22 pm
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I'm waiting for the killing frosts as well. Then it will be into the fridge for my sarrs and dros creamsicle.

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