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    Rosettes shaped drosera ID help?

    my camera sucks the rest of ours r blurry best u can do for now Picked them up for a buck no labels at NEC PS show ffirst season growing drosera Im interested in knowing if its temperate or tropical primarily so I can throw all temperate drosera in a planter for winter. I've got a few capes d binta Marston Dragon etc thinking about what plants coming indoors. Sorry no flower shots

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    Most likely tropical. Do you know who you picked it up from?

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    It is really hard to tell from that image, but my guess is D. natalensis. Second guess would be D. tokaiensis, but from the details I can see I lean toward the former.
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    So hard to tell they all are similar !

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    Those look like Natch's pots, check with him.

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    Natch told me that those were a bunch of NOIDs from Lowe's that apparently didn't like his conditions. I believe he thought they were D. spatulata or something - knowing Lowe's, it's not going to be anything complex.

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    Looks like one of my hybrid creations from many years ago which was mass propagated and distributed by a number of nurseries; --Drosera dielsiana X nidiformis, also called D. x snyderi.

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