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    are you sure its dead Mark,mine looked totally dead but have come back from the roots,i had a look and a scratch at the roots and found them to be solid and when i scratched the surface they were white inside (alive),thanks radagast
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    I guess time will tell but it doesn't look encouraging, Corky. It would be fun if it did come back! I'm at a stage where I don't really know what will have survived and what is toast.
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    i remember when i was a kid i had a hamster,i almost buried it ,then realized it was hibernating

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    Ha! With 'dews you always have to be very careful that way, don't you?
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    a few pics,first off purpurea flowers, drosera slackii in bloom my suspected drosera spatulata latest from n. robc and starting to colour up and my burb has a nicer size pitcher this n.boschiana has not pitchered for a fair bit a rather rude looking rebecca soper and i am really liking this new addition,BE's maxima was thought once to of been eymea

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    Very nice plants, corky! RE Rebecca Soper: Someone recently visiting my greenhouse said that same thing about an un-opened N. naga pitcher!

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    You've got me thinking I should propagate a slackii so I can give it some cold next year and maybe get a flower. So pretty. Are they fairly large?
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    Well mark this winter was very mild so i do not think the plants spent much time at too low a temp.Temps in winter were probably around 55f at the low end.I think daylight hours and lower temps is the key.Honestly pure luck for me its just wot gwarn on me windowsill.Ha cheers Paul does look like something pagans dance around in spring
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