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    Drosera that popped up.

    This guy grew from seed over the winter in my pygmy tray. Should I leave it there, or move it to a bog garden where it can get a proper dormancy? Also, how would I move it without damaging the pygmies?
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    That's D.capensis. common, weedy tropical species.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cthulhu138 View Post
    That's D.capensis. common, weedy tropical species.
    Ok, thanks. I've grown these before, just not the regular colored ones. I'll get it out of there so it doesn't crowd the small ones.

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    Good luck. At that size it is difficult to get all of the root out without some serious digging, which you should avoid with your pygmy Drosera. They'll come back if enough root is left behind and like hydra sometimes in multiples.
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    I love ur pygmys. Me and the kids lost all the pygmys during the winter last year and the younger kids love the tiny ones lol!

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