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Darlingtonia seedling questions

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Hi all,

I got a few darlingtonia C. othello seeds a while ago and sowed them and one sprouted. That was a few months ago. Now, it is growing ok and is about a cm tall. My question is can I keep it in my tank and let it skip its first dormancy or should I aclimate it to outside life? Any advice would me much apreciated.

Shawn

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Yep, you can let it skip dormancy. When the time comes to put it outside in a year or two, just aclimatise it gradually and it'll be fine.

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Can this advice be applied to Sarracenia too?

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yes, it can be applied to sarracenia.

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Yes you can skip the dormacy for Darlingtonia and for Sarracenia, for Dionaea seedlings, too.

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Thanks! I guess it will be staying in the tank for a while!

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hm, and for droserae that need a dormancy period? should I take in the seedlings when it gets cold?

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