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Thread: most beautiful sundew?

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    what is a good sundew plant to give as a gift
    (for a girl) any one have any thoughts on the subject?
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    I would vote for Drosera capensis: big, beautiful and forgiving.
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    Cool i will do a search for picture's of that one thank's
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    I agree, but go with the 'albino'. When in dew it can be breathtakingly beautiful.
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    I didnt have to hard a time finding the plant an it does look nice
    but i couldnt find albino vesion of it
    if you have a url or even better a picture could you post it?
    thx for the reply's
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    If you do a search under its latin name Drosera 'alba' you may have more luck!
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    Thats not the latin name!!!

    A species D. alba exists! Because of that the white D. capensis form is now called D. capensis 'albino'.

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    Hi, James! Also found as Drosera capensis var. alba, and I have plants and seeds. PM me guy!
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