- Fri May 12, 2017 2:02 pm
I would definitely call myself a newbie to growing carnivorous plants. I have been growing a sarracenia, two dionaea, utricularia, and drosera binata for a few months now, and would love to expand my collection sometime soon. And when I mean soon, I mean after summer is almost over (I'll be away from home for most of summer).
I have been interested in cephalotus, and I have done a good amount of research on how to care for them and grow them, but is cephalotus a good "beginner" plant? Would any cephalotus veterans be able to tell me their experience with growing them?
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- FROTHY MILK