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    Quote Originally Posted by [b
    Quote[/b] (nepenthes_ak @ April 07 2006,2:22)]now im curious to what this is i googled it and saw some CP's but Im waiting for someone to know!! *waiting patiently*
    Here is the link to William's published figure of D. 'Tamlin'
    http://www.sherlock-droserae.com/UploadF...._2r.jpg

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    Hmmm.. what colour are the flowers on that, cos he sent me some seeds a couple eyars ago and I think I actually have that plant growing...
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    Quote Originally Posted by [b
    Quote[/b] (mabudon @ April 10 2006,8:43)]Hmmm.. what colour are the flowers on that, cos he sent me some seeds a couple eyars ago and I think I actually have that plant growing...
    Under the record in CPs database which is white colour.
    But may be not stable , under my observation it can be white or light pink colour.

    The size of flowers is 2 times of the D.spatulata.
    I have a photos below and I think that it's D.'Tamlin'.


    It's very difficult to distinction between D.spatulata and D'Tamlin' from the shape when they are small.



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    Sam, nice pictures!
    My flowers were definatly white. Although I didn't take a picture.
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    Quote Originally Posted by [b
    Quote[/b] (adnedarn @ April 10 2006,9:30)]Sam, nice pictures!
    My flowers were definatly white. Although I didn't take a picture.
    I hope it can useable for you.

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    I'm confused! If you can grow Tamlins from seed, how come there is only one? Why only in New York State?

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    villosa
    the one I have (apparently mistakenly,we moved after I sowed some seeds and they all got mixed up) labelled "villosa" is the one I suspect- could either that or the other D.spatulata-looking thing be the species?? Both have white flowers (which sometimes are barely pinkish,too) but the one "villosa" looks a lot like the plant in the link BobZ posted above...
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    The official description of D. 'Tamlin' is located here
    If yours falls within those guidlines.......
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