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    Stylidium debile

    Updated pics.. one month later. Can't believe no one wanted to trade for some of this. Oh well.. I'm sure Andrew will enjoy it. It's carnivorous parts have become clearly visible.












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    Nice job! Where's the cat pics?

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    Nice tats Mass

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    Quote Originally Posted by cpsammich View Post
    Nice tats Mass
    ah thanks.. but that's nothing. http://massmorels.com/tattoos.html

    Quote Originally Posted by jimscott View Post
    Nice job! Where's the cat pics?
    Same cats different day.. not much to take pics of.

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    Perhaps not the best place to ask.. Are stylidium plants crossable? Perhaps, s. debile with s. gramnifolium?

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    Nice Stylidium! I like these plants. I've been growing S. graminifolium outside with my Sarrs this year, and it' been growing like crazy. I hope to see it flower next year.

    @NewspaperFort: I have found detailed info on Stylidium to be scarce, but from what I have read hybrids do exist but are rare.

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    How are they carnivorous? I've never even heard of Stylidium.

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    the stems, just below the flower are sticky and exude digestive juices.
    Only after flowering are they carnivorous.
    I think I got that right
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