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Thread: Drosera tokaiensis, burmannii, indica, and intermedia seeds for trade

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    Quote Originally Posted by ace209 View Post
    Would.you be willing to have one tokaienses plant available to trade
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    Quote Originally Posted by Plant Planter View Post
    Is Drosera tokaiensis a. perennial, unlike its (very) close relative Drosera burmanii? If so, I might be able to get you some typical flytrap seeds, assuming you're interested. I generally am not very fond of having to grow annuals over and over each year from seeds.
    Yes, it's a perennial. It's actually a self-fertile hybrid between spathulata and rotundifolia. It grows as a tropical / subtropical but can go dormant if given cool conditions. Seems to be bomb proof. It reproduces like an annual, dropping seeds literally everywhere and overgrowing every pot it's kept close to if you let the seeds fall.

    But I am not interested in VFT seeds at the moment, I have about 1,000 typical VFT seedlings already.

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    Almost all my capensis flowers are closed, and some seed will be ready soon. I'd trade for some tokaensis.

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    Actually, I was thinking of Drosera sessifolia when I was saying things about very close Drosera burmanii relatives. But if you're not interested, that's okay.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Plant Planter View Post
    Actually, I was thinking of Drosera sessifolia when I was saying things about very close Drosera burmanii relatives. But if you're not interested, that's okay.
    I'll send you some if you send me a SASE.

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    Quote Originally Posted by David F View Post
    Almost all my capensis flowers are closed, and some seed will be ready soon. I'd trade for some tokaensis.
    PM'd

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    Might I get some of your D. tokaiensis seeds? I could get you a cutting from my Deroose alata. And/or sase.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pearldiver View Post
    Might I get some of your D. tokaiensis seeds? I could get you a cutting from my Deroose alata. And/or sase.
    Would that be a rooted cutting?

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