VFT winter survival

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  1. NovaScotiaCarnage

    NovaScotiaCarnage Sprout

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    Anyone know of a good VFT variety to survive outside in NS weather?
     
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    Lloyd Gordon Parasitic Plant Aficionado Staff Member

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    I find my VFT's need to be at 1°C or higher for dormancy.
     
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    Labine keeps a lot of types of vfts outdoors year round in quebec. I think he ssaid its zone 3 there.
     
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    Lloyd Gordon Parasitic Plant Aficionado Staff Member

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    Mulched at ground level covered by lots of snow probably is close to 0°C all winter.
     
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    Ah okay. That sounds about right.
     

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