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    I've had most succes with root cuttings.
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    vft guy,
    I edited the binata 'small red'
    -forgot to type dichtoma
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    Quote Originally Posted by CPlantaholic View Post
    vft guy,
    I edited the binata 'small red'
    -forgot to type dichtoma
    Just FYI... There is no such thing as D. dichotoma 'small red' There is only one published cultivar of D. binata dichotoma. Any other labels such as "Giant form" or whatever are invalid.

    Also, D. binata 'Multifida' and D. binata 'Multifida Extrema' are the same plant.

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    I don't know. I heard about dichotoma (small red) in The Savage Garden
    *edited- The D. dichotoma (small red) is sold at california carnivores if you want to see a picture of it.*

    They could be making up these cultivar names. However, I don't think that they'd do that.

    I have to agree with you on D. binata 'Multifida' and D. binata var. Multifida 'Extrema' (i'm prolly slaughtering it ) They do look very similar, and it appears that many sites are offering both of the different spellings of this binata cultivar, while their pictures look exactly the same.
    *I did some research and evidently it is not written as 'extrema' because it is not yet accepted as a cultivar. It is rather written as Drosera binata (multifida extrema)*
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    It's probably not a cultivar name, just a description of the plant. Like the way there is the D. capensis cultivar 'All Red', but there are loads of D. capensis "Red". The difference is between the double and single quotes. We really need to terminate the current CP labeling system and adopt the orchid labeling system.

    If you're after a nice red capensis, adnedarn has a stunning true cultivar ( 'All Red' ) for sale in his store, and I think it's only about 6 bucks. I'm looking to order one for myself as soon as the weather clears up!

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    i'll see if the seeds that germinated (which are labled "Red") look like the one on the site once they develop. If they turn out to look more like the typical, I'll definitely have to give that 'All Red' on adnedarn's site a try
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