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    D. capensis & spatulata.
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    Indoors? Lots of them!!! D. capensis, D. spatulata, D. nidiformis, D. dielsiana, D. venusta, D. slackii, there are tons that respond well to basic treatment. I will say I have a D. capensis 'alba' that has survived what no drosera should ever survive.

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    thanks guys that rely helped
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    Quote Originally Posted by [b
    Quote[/b] (Capslock @ Oct. 31 2005,3:07)]I will say I have a D. capensis 'alba' that has survived what no drosera should ever survive.

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    funny you should say that. i moved my two capensis pots from off and under flourecents to a south window. i think its actually about killed my typical capensis but my albino form looks great.

    i say capensis, any of the other east to find South African species or D. spatulata
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    Quote[/b] (jimscott @ Oct. 31 2005,11:58)]Of course our first anything tend to fail miserably (VFT, girlfriend, baseball at bat...)
    LMAO!! Jim thats to funny but i think we ALL manage to fail at something sooner or later.. Me im trying very hard to do well by my new sundews i recived from you and i tell ya im pampering them big time and they all seem to be doing well right now with most having new growth already. Im a first time mom to sundews and wow i know i better watch my P's & Q's with these precious gems. I have a massive green thumb when it comes to any plants so lets hope that pays off with the CPs as well..
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