Tommyr

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  1. My scorps produce gemmae in Nov. / Dec., I keep them in a room that I let get kind of cool. mid-upper 50's F.
  2. Yup Nov. / Dec. for scorpioides. Although my grandiflora went into summer hybernation this year and made a few gemmae.
  3. That's kind of a tough one. I'm really liking binata at the moment.
  4. The dying trap probably just reached the end of it's life cycle. Plenty of room in that pot for another year I'd say. Repot if it's been in that soil for at least a year or 2.
  5. You just need to harden them off. Google "Hardening off plants".
  6. Mine is in just long fibered sphag moss. I keep the water level nearly to the top all year.
  7. I keep the water level almost to the top of the pot on mine. It gets some direct Sun in the afteroons.
  8. Any BT product will help. Ask for BT at the garden center.
  9. It's totally normal to have some stay green. I'm waking mine up the past 2 weeks from fridge dormancy. Been doing it for over 12 years now with no problems at all.
  10. Buy a package of "Mosquito dunks" at the garden center. Put one quarter of one in your watering can. This will kill the larvae in the soil and stop future generations. It is all natural and safe. But give it some time to work. Use sticky traps and manually kill the adults.
  11. Looks like an Adelae to me. Easy plant!
  12. Sounds like they need dividing. Do it next late winter/early spring.