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    Very nice plants Jim, i should really get into more temperates!
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    They look really awesome! the darlingtonia's stunning
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    whats that sundew in the top of the picture? the one with the round leaves

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    Quote Originally Posted by Millipede View Post
    whats that sundew in the top of the picture? the one with the round leaves
    I'm not sure which one you mean. There's a bunch of pygmy sundews, as well as D. capensis, D. regia, D. binata, D. filiformis, 'Ivan's Paddle",....


    D. binata

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    sorry. i meant the the one in the fourth picture down.. the sundew in the top middle area.. it must be the "ivans paddle" you mentioned. whats that a hybrid of? (if it is a hybrid)

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    D. 'Ivan's Paddle':

    The paddle-leaved sundew (Drosera obovata)1, as author Adrian Slack calls it, is quite a familiar plant. It gets its name from leaves which are the shape of old-fashioned canoe paddles. The common natural hybrid is ever present wherever the two parent species, D. anglica and D. rotundifolia, are found growing together. Its great range extends throughout the boreal region encircling the Earth in the northern latitudes. This range also extends into temperate latitudes as in northern California where I first encountered it. Slack describes this sundew as “surpassing the English sundew (D. anglica) in size and magnificence”. I was smitten. This new unique cultivar of the hybrid was originally created by cross pollination in July of 2001.

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