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Old 12-14-2020, 09:17 AM
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Very helpful, answered all my questions, A+ shipping and packaging. I appreciate the culture information provided on their web page and videos including information about dormancy. Love the "Easy to Grow" section on the menu, saved me having to read the description of each and every plant offered. One of my plants was labeled dormant which was also helpful.

Posting here since it seems not uncommon for orchid people to use carnivores to put a dent in pest populations (and perhaps to include in terrariums or enclosed plantings).
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I haven't purchased anything from them, but been attempting to start having some sundews. Lots of very helpful info on their site!
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on your rec i went to check it out- great site

i am tapped on my bog plants at the moment but if the bog does not bounce back i will be restocking from here for sure


thanks for sharing a GOOD experience
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