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    I once had a drosera cistiflora pop up in my d.capensis pot.

    Who else has had something like that happen??

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    lets see, i had a pygmy Drosera come with a Utric plug from Tamlin though i think he did it on purpose. he said to label it D. roundandstickya and we would identify it when it bloomed. unfortunatly it didnt grow for me all though the Utric has faired well. also i think i have a D. spatulata growing in with U. bisquamata. funny thing is that i have yet to flower a D. spatulata
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    once in florida a baby byblis poped up, which is wierd since i hadnt sown any seeds
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    Other than rogue sundews, no CP's really. However, a ladies-tresses orchid came up and bloomed this year in one of my pots. Not sure how that got in there.

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    I am getting U. bisquamata, D. spatulata, and D. intermedia pop up in my pots, since I had them outside for the spring and summer.

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    U. Subulata is my weirdest. Go me.
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    Once i bought a N. Maxima in a 6" pot, a little while later (a number of weeks) a D. Adelae sprouted up two or three inches from the Maxima's growing point.
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    Quote Originally Posted by [b
    Quote[/b] (schloaty @ Nov. 24 2004,3:40)]U. Subulata is my weirdest. Go me.
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