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Hi Darlingtoniae lovers,

 

For the first year, a couple of large Darls have developed a *second* bud in the year. Due to a warm summer + Indian summer (drawing to a close now), the buds are approx 5-7 cm tall. My plants will hibernate around 3-10°C and I guess the buds will not grow then.

So my question: Should I remove these buds to save energy for the plants, or would you think they could grow in the springtime?

All answers will be appreciated!

Thanks a lot already,

OL

 

 

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Same here... too hot, looks like Summer.

Will let it grow as i have many Darlingtonia plants and a few seeds are always appreciated.

 

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So I guess in Portugal you have warmer conditions... :-)
good luck my friend!
OL
 
Unfortunately all over the Mediterranean we have warm weather this year. End of October - barley any rain and temps of up to 30c.

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