Cephalotus Follicularis: I was surprised at the size I got. I was expecting it to be really tiny but not only is the plant bigger than what I expected, I can also see at least 3 individual plants in there. I would have been happy with just one of them. Purple Ambush: I ordered a starter potted plant but according to the invoice, it was upgraded to a young potted. Thanks! 2 of the traps seem to have eaten bugs that are too large, hence the blackening. Royal Red: Really nice cultivar! Royal Red: Very tiny babies! DC XL: Update on a purchase I received 2 weeks ago. All of my FlyTrap Store plants! Balcony location getting about 3 hours of direct sunlight per day. Lighting is supplemented by 2 T5 HO grow lights. This setup seems to be really good for the DC XL's growth and new trap formation. I would give them more sunlight but this is the best I can do in the mean time being in our apartment. I plan to move the Cephalotus to another shelf that gets much less sunlight for the time being while it's still acclimating.
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