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By FlyTrap Hunter
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#331156
Are they d. Capillaris?
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By FlyTrap Hunter
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I can see that. It has dew all over it and the d. Capillaris has a little bit of leaf toward the center without dew
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#331715
I also have d. Capillaris that are native that grow in the back yard.
And I planted some fly traps in the ground behind the house, just to see if they would survive. And they all did well.
I dug out the weeds, tossed in some live moss, and planted 2 areas with 5 fly traps. I had to move 2 because it was too shady. The fly traps that are in the sunshine and in the ground are doing great. They lived out there all Winter.
By FlyTrap Hunter
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#332471
CPKid
I have a few experimental bogs. I was trying to see if/what I can leave outside over winter.
And it seems everything survived. I left Sundews, Sarracenia, fly traps and utricularia outside over winter in zone 8.
The utricularia has not come back yet but will.
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By FlyTrap Hunter
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#332472
Even the d. Binata T-form came back from the roots.
D. Binata T-form
D. Binata T-form
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