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    The esseriana flowers are beautiful. There are so many of them too!

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    cheers guys,can't beat some flowers,Mark the D.slackii didn't even get that cold this winter as it was very mild.but it does have a natural photo period,gets down to between 8-9 hours light mid winter
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    Good growing! That Pinguicula is impressive, pretty flowers. : )

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    thanks limeslide,the esseriana has split and four plants are flowering in the pic, took a few pics this morning,spring is here and darlingtonia flowers are on the way, its only took a bit of sun for d.hilaris and d. cuneifolia to start getting the nice red pigment back into their leaves little ceph seedlings putting out their first pitchers n.truncata has put out a larger pitcher attenboroughii newest really like the patterns on burb lids d. hamiltonii and d.slackii

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    Your D. cuneifolia is definitely more mature than mine is. That is a beautiful leaf. I really like all the sticky glands on the slackii flower stalk.
    - Mark

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    think this must be what happens when d.regia catches a frost and has not formed its winter bud, main growth point turned black but all is not lost as three or four new growth points are emerging ,i have another that also went black and hoping it will come back from its roots,a shame they got to be a good size last year first time darlingtonia has flowered for me and my cephs are flowering,this is a two year old plant from a leaf cutting this year i have managed to get p.cyclosecta through dormancy without killing it p.esseriana waking up and x tina and filiformis all red ,i had loads of these seedlings last year and only one seems to of survived,really hope a few more will appear

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    Looking great! I like the picture angles, shows the plants off well.

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    I was trying to winter over a small D. regia plant and, unfortunately, we had more severe low temps this winter than normal. 'Makes me feel better to see yours coming back. I do have backups.

    I like the shots of the Darlingtonia flowers.
    - Mark

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