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By oval
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Tomorrow night here in Lakeland, Florida it is supposed to get down to the high 20s (degrees F). I am assuming I should probably move my newly-sprouted, tiny sarracenia seedlings inside? I noticed one of the flava OPs from the seed bank had just germinated a few days ago.
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By Panman
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If it is easy to move them in, I would. Otherwise, cover them with a pile of leaves or something like that. Theoretically, they would survive that without a problem but you would probably lose a couple.
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By oval
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It's easy to move them, so I'll be safe and bring them inside. It's only for a couple of days anyway, and they'll keep the sundews company. Next week it's supposed to be around 80.
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