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    There have been some awesome leaf jumps in the raffs lately, come to think of it.


    SG raff from Mat.


    20130615_183030 by Sundrew, on Flickr


    Other SG raff from Mat.


    20130615_183044 by Sundrew, on Flickr


    Raff BE88


    20130615_183020 by Sundrew, on Flickr


    The huge raff.


    20130615_183106 by Sundrew, on Flickr



    And now for more general pics!


    I repotted N. ampullaria and it looks like it wants to pitcher again!


    20130615_183124 by Sundrew, on Flickr


    On an unrelated note, the leaf of a Rex Begonia in the terrarium.


    20130615_183131 by Sundrew, on Flickr


    D. paradoxa growing in the tank.


    20130615_183206 by Sundrew, on Flickr


    S. flava var. atropurpurea x ornata, sure to be stunning when it grows up.


    20130615_183242 by Sundrew, on Flickr


    A mystery Sarr hybrid. Hopefully the veining becomes more pronounced.


    20130615_183258 by Sundrew, on Flickr


    VFT rescued from a grocery store last year.


    20130615_183327 by Sundrew, on Flickr


    VFT 'Fang'


    20130615_183334 by Sundrew, on Flickr


    D. tracyi tackling a moth.


    20130615_183410 by Sundrew, on Flickr


    First S. leucophylla! I like this species a lot.


    20130615_183515 by Sundrew, on Flickr


    20130615_183522 by Sundrew, on Flickr


    D. multifida extrema cuttings.


    20130615_182829 by Sundrew, on Flickr


    D. montanas recovering from flowering.


    20130615_182815 by Sundrew, on Flickr


    Looks like the coffee burmaniis are declining. I'll feed them tomorrow, but they've had a good run. Too bad they made like 30 seeds from all these stalks.


    20130615_182805 by Sundrew, on Flickr


    SG Colocasia gigantea 'Thailand Giant' from Mason is growing up.


    20130615_182752 by Sundrew, on Flickr


    D. adelae with a stem and two heads.


    20130615_182629 by Sundrew, on Flickr


    It made babies! There are just as many on the other side of the pot.


    20130615_182643 by Sundrew, on Flickr


    HUGE NEWS!!! The D. burmannii 'Humpty Doo' is flowering! It's my last one, and I've been tending it like my firstborn.


    20130615_182719 by Sundrew, on Flickr


    20130615_182730 by Sundrew, on Flickr



    Thanks for looking!

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    Admirable Droseras. I am envious of folks who can grow D. scorpioides, since mine always looks like its on death's door. Dunno why some species hate me, but they do.

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    Thank you! Where have you tried to grow your Drosera? This is really the easiest setup I can think of, just lights above a tray of water. I'm going to try and redo everything inside of a large terrarium so that I don't have to water as often and I can boost the humidity. It should make them maintenance free.

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    Mom: There are ants in the dishwasher!
    Me: Not for long.



    20130616_124116 by Sundrew, on Flickr

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    That is the most brilliant thing I've seen in quite a while!
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    What copious quantities of root hormone does to a raff cutting in a month.


    20130620_180119 by Sundrew, on Flickr

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sundrew View Post
    DEWS!

    Favorite picture of D. capensis:

    Drosera capensis snags fly


    D. multifida extrema flower this summer:

    Drosera binata var. multifida f. extrema flower


    D. adelae:

    Drosera adelae digesting prey


    The sundew setup:

    DSC02100


    D. aliciae flower:

    DSC02101


    My big ol' capensis:

    DSC02102


    D. x snyderi:

    DSC02107


    Crowded pot of D. capillaris:

    DSC02109


    Crowded pot of D. prolifera (doesn't look too nice atm, I'm acclimating it to open air):

    DSC02110


    Lots of D. peltata:

    DSC02112


    D. montana (not looking too hot, flowering exhausted it):

    DSC02108
    20130202_083314


    My two Pings:

    DSC02099


    I'll end with my favorite plant, my coffee-flavored D. burmannii:

    20130131_164129



    Thanks for looking!
    My man sundew!!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sundrew View Post
    What copious quantities of root hormone does to a raff cutting in a month.


    20130620_180119 by Sundrew, on Flickr
    Is this the one from me? Looks great!

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