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    Who else can grow sundews in firbark and Aliflor, if so add pictures

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    Judging from that pic.. I'm guessing that's an orchid pot. And judging from that dew.. I'm guessing you fertilize that orchid.
    Whatever those sundews are, they're suffering from some serious fert burn.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mass View Post
    Judging from that pic.. I'm guessing that's an orchid pot. And judging from that dew.. I'm guessing you fertilize that orchid.
    Whatever those sundews are, they're suffering from some serious fert burn.
    You're right, except I haven't fertilized that pot since I took a close look and saw what was growing there. They have had nothing but pure water for three weeks straight now, including a good pot flushing.
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    capensis will take over the world....

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    Probably still a lot of fert in the media.

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    I know of a place where D. rotundifolia is said to grow on floating logs from conifer trees. Wood-based media should be a possibility for other species besides capensis.
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