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Date: 4/13/2002 5:13:26 PM
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Subject: Humidity
Message:
Are there any carnivorous plants that can tolerate low humidity?

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Date: 4/28/2002 2:47:22 AM
Name: Michael
Subject: RE: Humidity
Reply:
Dionaea muscipula(venus flytrap), sarracenia(American pitcher plants) and pygmy droserae(sundew) can take and grow very well in humidity as low as 40%. Pygmy drosera thrive outdoors under 50% shade with low humidity(30-60%) in my area(Southern CA).

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