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Thread: Cleaning out my Collection! Lots of Rarities!

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    I sent you an email

    thank you,
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    Talking added pic-drosera regia, all hail!!!

    Hey, just adding some more photos as I get a chance; here's what the pot of Drosera regia that I have for trade looks like- it's been on my windowsill for about 10 years now, and has to be repotted again, and it's gotta go, because if I put it in a bigger pot, you won't be able to see out the window



    A 'birds eye view' w/ hand, and yeah, that's a gallon water container to the left, just for scale.


    a closer up, showing a few of the numerous growths


    showing all the divisions coming off this clone


    Finally, my secret- to get it this big, you thought I just fed it flies? Here is this weeks sacrifice to the king...


    I'll be adding more pics to give everyone an idea of what I got, and what they all look like, and start to get an idea when to perhaps have 'plant day' here at my place. I'll be updating soon, see ya for now, Nick 'bluesboy'

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    Thumbs up just one more I forgot

    I forgot to show the other clone in the pot:


    a better look at the other clone, this one is seed grown from seed collected in Bainskloof South Africa, by Silverhill Seeds-it's 10 years from seed- it's much larger overall than the other clone from Peter D'Amato, with longer more elegant leaves and a paler overall cast, and a number of suckers coming up from the roots as well, if you can see under the crown in the live sphagnum


    Enjoy, Nick 'bluesboy'

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    HOLY FUDGE‼‼


    .....and THAT'S why they call it the King, ladies & gentlemen.....................
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    Wow, very impressive D. regia.

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    Where were you when I was living in the Reading area?

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    emailed again,

    Thank you
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    I need to chime in and agree with everyone: That is one sick looking D. regia! It's massive!

    What are your windowsill conditions?

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