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Nepenthes Dormancy

Posted by mcgyvr2009i 5b (My Page) on
Sat, Sep 8, 12 at 19:39

Is pitcher plant dormancy required when grown indoors? If so, how do I send it into dormancy when the time comes? Thanks.

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RE: Nepenthes Dormancy

Not needed. Keep temps above 50 degrees. Mine grow in a south and west window fall-winter. Lowest room temp is 65, highest 67.

RE: Nepenthes Dormancy

Awesome. Thanks.

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