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    I also find that when I cut madagascariensis plants off at ground level, the growing point of the stem will usually root if planted. Once you have removed the growing tip and any other green leaves for cuttings, cut the brown stem into small sections and bury them horizontally a few mm under the soil surface. Plantlets often sprout from these bits of brown stem.

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    I think we have the king of the weedy Drosera here. I just harvested a single ripe fruit from D. madagascariensis and from the looks of it I'll be busy experimenting with this species [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/cool.gif[/img]

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    After remaining upright throughout the summer, mine have gone horizontal, with all the old leaves having tirned brown. The new leaves are green.

    Max, thanks for the guidance. My plants seem to die out, only to be replaced by new ones, in close proximity.

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