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    Some pics before dormancy sets in (outdoor stuff only this time, sorry)

    S. purpurea ssp. purpurea


    A nice red S. x catesbaei


    Two new arrivals:

    One of Phil F's monsters, S. 'Reptilian Rose'


    S. "Blood Moon" x 'Leah Wilkerson'


    S. purp f. heterophylla


    D. capensis "Big Pink"


    Young S. minor var. okeefenokeensis


    S. flava var. ornata seedling


    S. leucophylla


    S. minor var. minor


    S. leucophylla "white" with indigestion (not AF though)


    S. flava var. cuprea


    Lots of variation in these (rubra x purp)F2 x Blood Moon seedlings


    D. finlaysoniana


    'Judith Hindle'


    S. rubra ssp. rubra


    Pot o' oreophila


    D. filiformis hibernacula


    D. intermedia "Bear Lake, NJ"


    D. x eloisiana (formerly beleziana)

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    3 different S. leucophylla clones


    D. graomogolensis


    H. minor flower


    H. ionasi


    N. singalana Belirang BE


    N. singalana x aristolochioides BE



    Tiny little N. edwardsiana


    D. cuneifolia


    D. slackii


    U. reniformis



    Variability in seedgrown ventricosa, all same age and parentage...I think I know which one I'm keeping


    D. venusta


    P. cyclosecta entering succulent stage


    Windowsill venusta and nidiformis doing ok despite the lack of sun this time of year


    D. capensis 'Albino'


    Some windowsill Neps:

    N. fusca Sarawak BE


    N. copelandii BE


    N. spathulata x platychila BE


    N. maxima "Wavy Leaf" BE


    N. thorelii x aristolochioides EP


    Nectar on N. thorelii-D (EP) x veitchii SG


    N. boschiana x glandulifera BE


    Intermediate-ish pitcher N. fusca "flared peristome" BE

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    A very nice collection, and well-photographed as well.
    - Mark

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    What's the specific parentage of those n. ventricosa? Any particular clones?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grey Moss View Post
    What's the specific parentage of those n. ventricosa? Any particular clones?
    No clue unfortunately, I didn't receive any info about the parentage with the seeds.

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    Cooler wintertime temperatures means more sticky things to take pictures of!

    D. venusta


    D. graomogolensis


    D. cuneifolia


    D. slackii


    D. hartmeyerorum seedling


    D. regia seedling


    D. hamiltonii

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    I've always loved closeup shots of drosera. Amazing pics!
    Good Growing!
    -Mike Fallen

    My Growlist: http://highlandtropicals.blogspot.co...-growlist.html

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    Clockwise from top left: D. admirabilis "Floating", D. capensis "Red", D. burmannii "Giant Red" Hann River, D. burmannii "Humpty Doo"


    Pinguicula potosiensis


    N. veitchii HL x burbidgeae ready for a repot


    Clockwise from top left: D. capensis "Big Pink", 'Albino', "Red", "Wide Leaf"

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    That veitchii x burbidgeae looks very healthy. How long have you had it?

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    Very nice plants there! I always found it interesting that the D. burmannii "giant red form" is far less red than other varieties. That's the only one I grow and it only gets pink.

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