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    Where's the big robc?

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    N. x'splendiana' Intermediate pitchers




    N. lowii x ephippiata


    N. x "Gothica"


    N. bongso


    N. veitchii "Pink"



    N.tenuis


    N.hamata - Katopassa Seed Grown


    N.hamata - BE Clone #3495


    N.glandulifera - Seed Grown



    N.copelandii



    H. sp. "Nov. Angasima"


    D.montana ssp. tomentosa




    D.graomogolensis


    D.latifolia (Formerly D.ascendens)


    D.modesta




    D.meziesii ssp. menziesii


    The plants response to freezing about a month ago.


    D.hookeri



    D.lowriei


    D.macrophylla ssp. monatha


    D.gigantea just starting to poke up.


    D.zonaria


    D.ramellosa


    D.purpurescens


    D.aberrans


    D.erythrorhiza ssp. squamosa "Laterite Growing Form"


    D.cistiflora with companion plant Geissorhiza radicans (Wine Cup Flower often seen growing together in the wild).


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    So much talent, so little I have! Thanks for all the pictures!

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    A spectacular display of S. American and tuberous 'dews. D.modesta is one that wasn't even on my radar.
    - Mark

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    Thank you Mark. In my opinion, D.modesta is a must have if you're into the tuberous species. It's impressively large and showy, readily makes more tubers and is one of the easier species to grow. Mine got over 24" before they got frozen this year. The plants responded to the stalks being killed by going into overdrive producing more plantlets and activating nodes on the lower parts of the main stalks. One of my favorite species for sure.

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    Very jealous of your tuberous dews, mine are nowhere near that level yet.... maybe next year.....
    Also nice D. tomentosa as well, haven't got mine to lower yet, but the flower stalks are intriguing. Also, the new name is D. latifolia, not lateralis on the "ascendens" plants.
    Everything has a reason, whether big or small. Never underestimate the power of what is or is not.
    There is far more to everything than meets the eye.
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    Thanks. The cooler weather and shortened light cycles trigger the SA Drosera into flowering for me. I know ascendens is latifolia, tag is correct. A simple slip of the mind while posting. Getting old sucks.

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    Reminds me - congrats on the graos in bloom. 'A rare occurrence. Mine never have.
    - Mark

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