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Thread: Drosera capensis and Drosera....?

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    on the left in this picture i guess is Drosera capensis, but on the right? i presume it's Drosera aliciae?


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    More probably some form of Drosera spatulata. Where did you get it??



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    i got them in one flower center here in Lithuania, in Vilnius it's where i live
    maybe your're right... look what photo i found
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    Nice cacti collection.

    Are the outer pots on your Drosera plastic? Unglazed clay pots often have salts or other minerals in the material that could leech into the water.
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    (--Not a Number @ Dec. 12 2006,2:30)
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    Nice cacti collection.

    Are the outer pots on your Drosera plastic? Unglazed clay pots often have salts or other minerals in the material that could leech into the water.

    thanks these are only small part of all my cacutuses...
    yes, all pots are plastic. but this is coincidence, 'cause i didn't know about unglazed clay pots




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    I dunno, it looks a lot like D. aliciae to me.

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    Not having that much practice on identifying plants, I agree with Drosera36, kind of in a logical way as D. capensis and D. aliciae are some of the most common cps in garden centers


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    (--I_Pereira @ Dec. 12 2006,5:33)
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    Not having that much practice on identifying plants, I agree with Drosera36, kind of in a logical way as D. capensis and D. aliciae are some of the most common cps in garden centers

    very logical conclusion i know that they were brought from Holland. If D. spatulata is rare plant, then i really doubt that i could bought it here so easily...


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