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    It's definitly not dormant it hasn't formed a hibernaculum, just dead leaves

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    Plus I have other temperate sundews which are still producing new leaves
    How much would you want for one of those mature filiformis' (filiformises filiformi?)

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    i took a picture of it no leaves no hibernacula http://s1110.photobucket.com/albums/h443/cpsammich/
    Edit: Picture isn't there any more
    At the moment (9-9-11) it just looks like a pot of lfs
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    You're very close to me, I live in Fredericksburg. If your filiformis dies I have a few extras I could part ways with.

    That thing look pretty crispy. I'd still hold on to it to see what it does. Sundews are tougher than they look.
    Last edited by Wire Man; 08-10-2011 at 10:02 PM.

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    It's been over a month and still nothing
    Should I start looking for a replacement?

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    It might be dead. Stop by Meadowview if you can, we have plenty of large, healthy filiformis. Mine is still producing plenty of leaves, so they're still growing normally in our area. It may come back from the roots, but that means more than one filiformis if you get a replacement. Plus, we sell them for a very cheap amount.

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    I would if it was closer but it's an hour and a half away, not to mention traffic
    they have it on their site but the shipping is ten dollars whether you live 70 miles away or 2,800
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    mass did you have success propagating?
    Dashman you still good on that offer?
    Trying to go about this without soundin greedy

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