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    some of my CPs in the summer:-)

    Hi! I took some pictures over the weekendand would like to share with you.



    S. 'Mitchelliana'


    P.'Sethos'


    H.minor



    some pygmies


    D.nitidula ssp. omissa/pulchella


    D.sewelliae


    crazy 3cm big D.spatulata


    d.rotundifolia


    d.anglica from leaf cuttings


    d. burmanii


    d.binata


    d.paradoxa


    d.dielsiana



    d.roraimae [Gran Sabana]


    d.aliciae


    d.ascendens


    ...and some seedlings of d.peltata varieties:
    d.peltata var.peltata [Maldon, Victoria]


    d.peltata var.gracilis [Tuggeranong, Ashmore-Cartier territory]


    d.peltata var. foliosa [Jamieson, Victoria]


    d.peltata var.peltata [Brisbane Ranges,Victoria]


    d.peltata var.auriculata [Yass, New South Wales]


    d.peltata var. auriculata [Anglesea,Victoria]

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    Wow really nice Heli, that's impressive. Nice large S. purpurea pitcher you have in that first picture to. Lovely pictures, thanks for sharing

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    Wow! you have some nice sundews there! and nice Purpurea flower!
    <Heli> How are you guys losing your hamatas?
    <Brokken> Heli: The hamburglar.

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    Nice dews! All mine got moved outside and now they're covered in cottonwood fluff.

    What are the twiggy Sundew plants in the first pic along the left side?

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    Great pictures! I love all of your pygmies.
    growlist

    Has anyone really been far even as decided to use even go want to do look more like?

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    Thank you for comments:-)

    Quote Originally Posted by swords View Post
    Nice dews! All mine got moved outside and now they're covered in cottonwood fluff.

    What are the twiggy Sundew plants in the first pic along the left side?
    I had the same problem the fluffy stuff is most likely poplar seeds but can be sth else as well. My outoor sundews were covered in that stuff but now the season is over so new leaves are nice and clean.
    The twiggy sundews are tuberous erect plants d.modesta, d.auriculata and d.menziesii

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    Great dews as always! I really like the first picture of the D. dielsiana. Very nice.
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