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By heritageseekersfarm
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Joined:  Wed Aug 15, 2018 2:43 am
#322380
Super excited so I had to share with someone that would appreciate it... The family just doesn't get my excitement.
Sowed these seeds about 4 weeks ago. My hourly progress check has finally proven fruitful...finally. (patience is a virtue I'm still working on..)

It's the little things in life....

Just removed my mixed Sarracenia seeds from stratification so fingers crossed they'll come through for me.

Have a great week.

Steve
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By Jeeper
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Joined:  Sun Jul 01, 2018 3:47 am
#322403
Congratulations! I know how you feel, my first seeds were 'Red" capensis a month or so ago...

Yesterday I spotted what I think are my D. linearis sprouting!

Keep up the good work!
By heritageseekersfarm
Posts:  7
Joined:  Wed Aug 15, 2018 2:43 am
#322444
Jeeper wrote:Congratulations! I know how you feel, my first seeds were 'Red" capensis a month or so ago...

Yesterday I spotted what I think are my D. linearis sprouting!

Keep up the good work!
That's excellent! Congratulations.. Image I fear this has just fueled my fire to grow the indoor collection... hehe

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By Shadowtski
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heritageseekersfarm wrote:Thought I'd post an update on growth. ImageImage

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Looking Great!
It looks like the one plant has caught a tiny Springtail already, that black line shaped thing in the right plant.

Now feed those babies.
Burmannii are Annuals, you'll want to feed them so they produce lots of seeds to ensure you have plants in the future.

Good growing,
Mike
By heritageseekersfarm
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Shadowtski wrote:
heritageseekersfarm wrote:Thought I'd post an update on growth. ImageImage

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Looking Great!
It looks like the one plant has caught a tiny Springtail already, that black line shaped thing in the right plant.

Now feed those babies.
Burmannii are Annuals, you'll want to feed them so they produce lots of seeds to ensure you have plants in the future.

Good growing,
Mike
Thank you, Mike.

I'll definitely start feeding them. The eyes aren't what they used to be so I was waiting till I could see better. Haha

Amazingly to watch their development.

Steve

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