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    I love how squamosa puts up flower stalks before the leaves form. So cool..
    I also love to see someone sharing the same passion for Droseras that I have. That being said, I'm pretty jealous of your collection. Everything looks fantastic!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cthulhu138 View Post
    The tuberous species of Drosera need copious amounts of food while in active growth in order to properly develop tubers. I feed them several times per week with Maxsea.

    That particular D.graomogolensis is now about 4" across and has produced several other large offshoot plants.
    Several times a week.... well, that may explain it, I'll have to step up my feeding regime with those ones then, they've been getting heavy feedings, but at the same rate as my other plants.
    My graomo is around 2.5" across, interesting to know they get to be that big a plant.
    Everything has a reason, whether big or small. Never underestimate the power of what is or is not.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bluemax View Post
    A beautiful display, as always!

    It is nice to see the tuberous 'dews setting up for the winter. And that is the biggest graomogolensis I've ever seen a photo of. 'Looking forward to more as they progress.
    Thanks Mark. I'm hoping to get seed from the D.graomogolensis this year. I left the flowers alone last year and they didn't produce any seed. I'll try hand pollinating them this time around and see what happens.

    Quote Originally Posted by mass View Post
    I love how squamosa puts up flower stalks before the leaves form. So cool..
    Many of the larger rosetted species do this. Definitely an interesting trait.

    Quote Originally Posted by hcarlton View Post
    Several times a week.... well, that may explain it, I'll have to step up my feeding regime with those ones then, they've been getting heavy feedings, but at the same rate as my other plants.
    My graomo is around 2.5" across, interesting to know they get to be that big a plant.
    This doesn't even seem to be enough for some of them. D.gigantea seems to want more food even with weekly Maxsea feedings. I might need to give them something more substantial in addition to the fertilizers.

    It surprised me when I watched D.graomogolensis outgrow my D.latifolia. It's an impressive species and very easy to grow. A great introduction into the South American Drosera.

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    Everything looks fantastic man.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hcarlton View Post
    Several times a week.... well, that may explain it, I'll have to step up my feeding regime with those ones then, they've been getting heavy feedings, but at the same rate as my other plants.

    There may be other issues at hand with your plants as well. Could you explain your cultivation and dormancy techniques ? Media, light cycles etc....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Randoja View Post
    Everything looks fantastic man.
    Thanks Randy. More pics to come this weekend....

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    Nepenthes x murudensis (or depending on who you talk to, Nepenthes murudensis)


    Nepenthes adrianii - MT


    Nepenthes densiflora - Upper Pitcher


    Nepenthes eymae - Intermediate Pitcher


    Nepenthes fusca - Upper Pitcher


    Nepenthes lavicola - I got this plant in semi rough shape but, it's rebounding nicely.


    Nepenthes longifolia - MT


    Nepenthes micramphora


    Nepenthes palawanensis


    Nepenthes stenophylla


    Nepenthes tenuis - AW


    Nepenthes villosa seedlings.


    Heliamphora nutans "Giant" with lots of new growth.


    Pinguicula cyclosecta


    Pinguicula laueana




    Utricularia tridentata


    Drosera cunefolia


    Drosera scorpioides




    Drosera sp. South Africa seedlings. Not sure if this one has been named yet or not but, so far they look a lot like D.venusta.


    Drosera slackii


    Drosera spiralis - Emerging Flowers




    Got this plant as "Drosera tomentosa var. glabrata" but I suspect it may be Drosera esmeraldae.


    Drosera tomentosa var. tomentosa


    Drosera latifolia


    Drosera cistiflora just broke the surface for the season .


    Drosera basifolia


    Drosera lowriei


    Drosera menziesii




    Drosera monantha


    Drosera ramellosa with flowers emerging.


    Drosera squamosa - Laterite Growing Form






    Drosera zonaria

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    Spectacular. I totally enjoy seeing the tuberous 'dews come back to life. I'm trying to get somewhere with D. cistiflora again and it's good to see it is possible to bring them back after dormancy. I'm looking forward to winter updates.
    - Mark

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