- Wed Oct 28, 2009 11:41 pm
The tissue culture plants would probably be ok if you put them outside. They're pretty healthy little monsters. But if you're going to put them outside, I'd recommend just getting the 1 year olds. They've been hardened off to the cool nights here and are already mostly sleeping. The tissue culture babies are putting out vigorous new growth right now and are in mid-summer form.
I do have some other babies. I have quite a few Drosera (capensis red, capensis white, dielsiana, tokaensis) but most of them I don't have for sale on the site right now. I also have some Sarracenia and Darlingtonia babies, but I haven't really thought about selling them yet.
If you want a few Drosera, I could enable them on the site for you to purchase. I have them in stock, but I just don't have a ton of them and I repotted them recently, so some of them look a little roughed up.
Leave the meat for our pet plants