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    Another Sundew ID

    Does anyone know what species of Drosera this is? It is the seed grown offspring of the parent I bought at a greenhouse. The parent was sold in one of those "Death Cups". Unfortunetly the parent didn't survive, but I was able to keep it long enough for it to flower. Kinda reminds me of Charlotte's Web. I'm thinking it might be intermedia.





    Any input or guesses is appreciated.
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    Hi Captain Hamata,
    I think it's a Drosera Intermedia.
    Here my D. Intermedia




    Best regards
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    Nice plants. I like the LFS you people get to grow.

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    its not LFS(the live stuff...) just some moss...

    and yes intermedia. though i dont think you can tell if its the tropical form ofr the temperate form... the temperate form need dormancy while the tropical doesnt
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    D. intermedia or a young capensis.

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    If it's from Booman Florals than it's most likely D. intermedia because all they sell are D. capensis, D. binata (various forms), D. adelae, D. nidiformis, D. spatulata and D. intermedia

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    Quote Originally Posted by glider14 View Post
    and yes intermedia. though i dont think you can tell if its the tropical form ofr the temperate form... the temperate form need dormancy while the tropical doesnt
    Alex


    What's interesting is there are 3 intermedias in the pot(also 1 capensis). The 2 on each side of the center one look like they're either dying or going through dormancy. All 3 seedlings came from the same parent.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Not a Number View Post
    If it's from Booman Florals than it's most likely D. intermedia because all they sell are D. capensis, D. binata (various forms), D. adelae, D. nidiformis, D. spatulata and D. intermedia
    Man, the only Sundew I've seen in local stores is plain 'ol D.adelae......

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