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By Lilyofthevalley9
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Joined:  Thu Jan 05, 2023 12:59 am
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I just got these plants outside in May due to a late freeze in April. Dormancy was of course prolonged due to this but all these are coming back now. Sorry about the peat and perlite all over my sarrecenia it just rained heavily here. Currently in southeast Michigan in zone 6a (note that most of Michigan is in zone 5 or 4). I have spiders as well as a nearby cicada killer wasp nest I made in the ground that help control pests (cicada killer wasps aren't super aggressive like yellow jackets and males can't sting so are best left to do their thing). Also i sent in some heliamphora to carnivorous plant nursery to be cultivated and plan on sending more varieties to expand their inventory.
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