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  2. dont do it,get the klassman peat,read the posts on peat free alternatives versus peat. dont do it,get the klassman peat,read the posts on peat free alternatives versus peat.
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  3. Sorry, if it isn't a carnivore or something someone or animals can eat, its a weed :) Especially if you can walk on it without harm! I removed half my lawn and replaced it with blueberries, daylilies, haskaps, more daylilies, azaleas/rhododendrons, lilies, lilacs, raspberry/blackberry hybrids, a couple more daylilies and some Heuchera. Had too much lawn and mowing took forever! Now, I don't feel like I'm wasting time on weeds ;) Your esseriana are gorgeous! I wish mine were so happy.
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  4. Get a copy of The Savage Garden (second edition). It's perfect for learning all about carnivorous plants. You can even get it for Kindle and Apple iBooks.
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  5. I would go for D. scorpioides. Cheers Dieter
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  6. I use 'standard'/'medium' grade perlite, which is 2-5 mm grain size.
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  7. I think it makes more sense to make a clean break for a while anyway--people are still way too used to thinking that there is somehow S. purpurea venosa located where S. rosea is. This idea needs to die already. We should use S. rosea for now as every *objective test* given to S. rosea demonstrates it has a very clean ecological break from the rest of the purpureas; it doesn't even support the same infauna that S. purpurea does. And it has its own range of diversity similar to that of S. purpurea and S. flava. I see no real reason to want to place back into purpurea other than people keep sa
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  8. Thanks Tish,about 2 years ago there was only a couple of plants in that pot. They are very easy for me on a south windowsill. And Dave you cheeky bugger calling my lawn weeds hehe
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  9. And here is the plant as of today!
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