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By Sundews69
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If they are, Sundews69 requests D. capillaris 'long arm'.
Last edited by Sundews69 on Thu May 12, 2022 4:07 pm, edited 4 times in total.
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By HisImperialMajesty
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By Sundews69
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*sigh* My brain mentally took the SASE to the mail, but my body didn't do it physically. I just found it buried under my huge stack of books on my night stand and I just put in in the mail. Now the SASE is sent.
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By thepitchergrower
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From my understanding, capillaris do not need stratification.
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By HisImperialMajesty
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Sundews69 wrote: Sat May 21, 2022 2:43 am SASE received. Should I stratify the capillaris?
No. Sow and grow. They might be a little more comfortable at a temperature a little higher than room temp, but no strat necessary.
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By NightRaider
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No hibernacula so they'd never have a chance if left outside over winter in your zone. All my typicals died last winter in 7a and I even took precautions, but they're coming back with a vengeance from seed. I'm just keeping my long arm inside with all my subtropicals.
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The bog garden will be in a barrel and I plan to move it into my basement which will get little to no light and temps from 45-55 degrees. Is this ok?
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By NightRaider
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They should be fine in that case. Iirc my typicals looked ok until they started hitting 20s regularly. For whatever reason they couldn't take it even though my binatas in the same planter all made it through fine. Maybe it was because I kept them even drier over winter than I think most people do, not sure though since my pings made it through fine. Either way, they should be fine as long as they don't freeze.
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