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By MikeB
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Panman wrote: Sun Jun 07, 2020 11:22 pmSo, I have S. flava that I want to ship. Pitchers are easily 20 inches tall. Do I bare root in a large box?
I've received tall Sarracenia packaged in these boxes. They were potted. The soil was held in place by tape, a bag was wrapped around the pot, and the pot was taped to the walls of the box. The triangular cross-section makes them very sturdy, and the height means that pitchers don't have to be cut.
By hungry carnivores
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At this time, I'd leave a chunk of soil on flavas, they're gonna be pretty set back if you don't. That said, a triangle box is always best for cp's.
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