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Old 20th July 2009, 12:57 AM
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Hi,all,i think the cobra plant also is like on hot weather.
here is pic of my darlingtonia,i am beginning grow my cobra plant from TC seeding on lowland until now is over 1 year already.






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Pretty....... drool.......
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That is nice!!!! You make me wanna grow them. Can you share with us
1. how long sunlight they receive, from what time to what time?
2. Direct sunlight?
3. What is daily/monthly maintainence you did to grow them in Low land?
4. Did you cover the whole pot?
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i agree with casey question..

Lau sifu .. must guide us how bring this cobra to lowland..

i was freeze that time when see your "real cobra"... thanks for sharing
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So cute....I want one....
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So cute....I want one....
He may have it for sale. PM him!!! But, it is not cheap hor!!!!
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I don't wanna kill another hard-to-grow cp....
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congratulation, Lau!

please guide us...
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Hi,all,
sorry for my delay on reply.
I believe that all CPs growers eventually would like to challange more difficult species. Actually, some of the high land species can be hardened to low land condition, you just need more time to observe them.
I brought in the TC Darlingtonia from Taiwan, and it is from the southen of Taiwan where it climate is almost the same as in Malaysia. I place the TC bottle under 50% shade netting, only got 4 hours of morning sun. I grow it until it is an inch, thu then i deflask it. This way i will get 80% success rate. That is how i am able to grow it in low land condition.

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Hi,all,
sorry for my delay on reply.
I believe that all CPs growers eventually would like to challange more difficult species. Actually, some of the high land species can be hardened to low land condition, you just need more time to observe them.
I brought in the TC Darlingtonia from Taiwan, and it is from the southen of Taiwan where it climate is almost the same as in Malaysia. I place the TC bottle under 50% shade netting, only got 4 hours of morning sun. I grow it until it is an inch, thu then i deflask it. This way i will get 80% success rate. That is how i am able to grow it in low land condition.

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Thanx for sharing. More question. Sorry ya, boss

Did you success grow th plant from seeds before?
You didnt give them water tray, right?
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