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    I soak them in warm water, afraid boiling water would cook the seeds. In 2 days they sprouted in water. Then I use tweezers and plant them in trays. I use the water method for most Drosera seeds.
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    I put 1 seed directly into normal potting soil and it sprouted in two days. It's a slow grower at first, took 3 months to grow a foot, a month after that and it was 2 ft and 2 months after that it was 5 ft. It got too big and thorny so i cut it down to 3 inches and 11 months after i first planted that seed it's still thriving.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Its_a_friday View Post
    I put 1 seed directly into normal potting soil and it sprouted in two days. It's a slow grower at first, took 3 months to grow a foot, a month after that and it was 2 ft and 2 months after that it was 5 ft. It got too big and thorny so i cut it down to 3 inches and 11 months after i first planted that seed it's still thriving.
    Yep, theres the weed in it coming out

    Note: Still got HUGE amounts of seed (just collected about the same amount as i had at the beginning this afternoon). If i have made (or am making) a deal trade with you, and haven't already sent the seeds out, you may find I'll be sending a bit more seeds then we previously agreed upon.

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    I have 20 of the 25 sprouted now and some have leaves already and they do react to touch even this young these things are a blast! lol
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    Glad you're enjoying them Andrew

    Anyone else tried germinating the seeds I sent them yet?
    I know Trek623's are already sensitive, like yours.
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