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    Looking for D. Burmannii seed or other small annuals

    Bahlargh! I feel dumb looking at this now!
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    Unfortunately, I don't have any annuals. Tropicals grow splendidly through the San Diegan winter...I mostly have those and temperates.

    I would do it if I could.

    Good luck with your search!

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    ur a week late. i sowed about 1000 d.burmanii seeds last week. my plant had about 15 flowers. so if u wanna wait a month or two id be willing to send you some small plants.

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    Bahlargh! I feel dumb looking at this now!
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    i have read stories from seeds being saved for over 5 years. not d.burmannii but still. ill send you a few when they are decent size. they do grow really quick so we will have to see.

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    Quote Originally Posted by silenceisgod View Post
    .... then spread over a ten mile wetland
    You're kidding - right?
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    Bahlargh! I feel dumb looking at this now!
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    Right, so instead of restoring the habitat you want to introduce non-indigenous species? WIthout the balanced environment your stripped peat bogs will rapidly become ecosystems not friendly to CPs. Just sowing billions of Drosera is not going to restore the ecosystem.

    I think the Nature Conservancy needs to have a long talk with you.
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