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By madrone
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Hi friends, The outdoor grow season is wrapping up and I'd like to reduce the number of plants I have to move back inside. Maybe you'll see something you like?

There's a variety of sizes (prices), colors, shapes - so check it out and shoot me a DM if you have any questions!

https://docs.google.com/document/d/11zH ... sp=sharing
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By madrone
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Thanks to those who have bought some plants and given them new homes! We probably have a few more weeks of shipping weather (fingers crossed). Let me know if I can pack up some CPs for you. ;)
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By smolrat61
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madrone wrote: Sun Oct 08, 2023 3:51 pm Thanks to those who have bought some plants and given them new homes! We probably have a few more weeks of shipping weather (fingers crossed). Let me know if I can pack up some CPs for you. ;)
Oh man, I have to hop on this next season (?) when shipping weather is good lol
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By madrone
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smolrat61 wrote:when shipping weather is good lol
Absolutely! Should have similar stuff...and maybe also some new ones.

How are the pygmies doing? Hope they are looking like real fierce little sundews. ;)
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smolrat61 wrote:might be a little etiolation
Hey - those look good! Scorpioides is a taller pygmy, but if your light source is on the left, they might be leaning a bit (trying to get a bit more light). If there's space, you could just try moving them a bit more to the center of the shelf/towards the light source to see if they straighten up. And/or put the pot/reservoir on something to raise it up a couple inches to see if they color up at all. The traps/tentacles will get a little red under higher light.

Here's a young one that might be a little older than yours - so you can see that they do go vertical:
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And here's some more mature ones under decently high light.
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Over time though, your scorps can get quite tall - the bottom will be layers of dead traps, while the top of the plant will still be ewy-dewy.
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