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By Panman
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I just got my side of a trade with Carrie's. He sent me two large sarr rhizomes and a {squeal} Cobra Lilly. The sarrs were so big i planted them each in a #1 nursery pot. The Cobra is gorgeous! Im going shopping for a pot for it tomorrow. I sent him the best that I had but I feel I fell short of this mark. I'll have to surprise him with something once my plants start producing (shh, don't tell him ;) )

Thanks Carrie's!
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By ChefDean
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Keep us updated on how the Cobras do in Georgia. I've been toying with the possibility of getting some, but I don't know how happy they'll be in Tennessee.
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By Panman
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We shall see. I am thinking that I am going to go against my normal advice and shift it inside at night to get some chilling on an AC vent. I'm excited to try and I will certainly let y'all know how it goes.

On another note, I discovered that I have been living a lie. I thought I was growing in zone 7b but it is actually 8a. This changes everything.
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By Matt
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As long as you can keep the roots cool, Cobras are easy to grow. The best set up I've seen is using a styrofoam cooler buried in the ground with auto-drip irrigation running cold water on it both morning and evening.
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