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    Darlingtonia generally are found in areas that are supplied with rather cool groundwater that runs over the plant's roots. They wont work well as a plant to just stick outside or in a terrarium.

    VFTs from death cubes aren't in great conditions...but with plenty of care they can bounce back pretty well IME.
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    Hmmm was not aware they need the cool water running over there roots. Also I looked online and there is alot of varieties of VFT's. I saw at least a dozen different kinds. Also that VFT that my bro has is all up to him. If I buy the VFT's ill be getting them from online shops.



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    Unlike Sarracenia, VFT don't require cold stratification. They need bright light, close to full sun.

    Darlingtonia are difficult, to say the least.



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