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Old 4th October 2014, 12:39 PM
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Ok, so I got a, mini terrariums pitcher plant predator thing, andi had a venus flytrap a couple months ago, but, it died from fungus when I repotted it.
So my question is, should I sprout them in the small container they come in, or try the old container the trap came in? I don't have any perilite, or soil for them, al I have is the soil it came with, and some orchid grade LFS, so what should I use? Also any growing tips appreciated, should I just use distilled water or tap?
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If you are referring to sprout nepenthes seeds you could do it in chopped lfs
and use distilled water to soak them thoroughly before spreading the seeds...

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