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Khoas
Posted: Mar 11 2009, 02:01 AM


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Here my main two tray of sarracenia. Forgive the brown pitchers, they are the result of a major heat wave 6 weeks ago.

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Steve A
Posted: Mar 11 2009, 11:48 AM


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Nice looking Sarras Khoas! Sarras are one of the CPs that I have a brown thumb with. They do great for me during the summer, but getting them through dormancy has been fatal 90% of the time for them. So I have to settle for admiring everybody else's. angry.gif

We had a heat wave last week. Got all the way up to the low 60s. Pretty warm for Colorado this time of year.
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Khoas
Posted: Mar 11 2009, 08:04 PM


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The heatwave of six weeks ago was in the 40 C the maxinium was around 47 C on one day. It cooked quite few of my neps and few of the other groups of CP.
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Steve A
Posted: Mar 12 2009, 05:48 PM


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Yeah, that's a bit warm for anything but cactus. We don't usually see anything warmer than 95F (35C) for a couple days during the summer here in the mountains. Your heat wave would have wilted the people around here as much as the plants, laugh.gif
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Khoas
Posted: Mar 13 2009, 12:08 AM


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It did wilt some of the elderly. A very unusual event here. We are use to heat here.
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hcarlton
Posted: Dec 30 2013, 10:20 PM


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Waking up the forum......
Nice looking batch of plants, yours are still more orderly than mine usually are..... smile.gif


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