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Thread: Drosera capensis" special wide leaves"

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    It's grown from seeds two years ago from a friend,who?you must know indeed !






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    That's a pretty neat plant. Isn't that D. capensis 'Baines Kloof' or something? I know adnedarn has some.

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    Wow. First time seeing this type of Capensis. Thanks for sharing [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/new/smile.gif[/img]
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    Quote Originally Posted by [b
    Quote[/b] (Drosera36 @ Mar. 11 2006,7:52)]That's a pretty neat plant. Isn't that D. capensis 'Baines Kloof' or something? I know adnedarn has some.

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    Naw, my plants don't have overly wide leaves... Those look pretty neat though!
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    Uhhhh, you guys did click on the thumb nail pics to see the larger pics didn't you??
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    yes, what are you trying to say?
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    Just thought that the D. capensis "bobz" might have been overlooked in the excitement of seeing such an unusual plant. [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/laugh.gif[/img]
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    Quote Originally Posted by [b
    Quote[/b] ]Isn't that D. capensis 'Baines Kloof' or something?
    Actually it is a plant from a bunch of volunteer typical D. capensis that came up in the University greenhouse that I saved because of the unusually wide leaves. It is unlikely to be a hybrid with other Drosera since the only other Drosera we had at the time were binata, spatulata, and a bunch of pygmy. It is probably just a chance expression of the genetic diversity seen in seed-produced plants.

    Rex, it is nice to see that growing under very different conditions than mine, the seedlings retained the wide leaf form of the parent.




    Do all of your seedlings have the the same look? My root cuttings (clones) and seedlings look similar.

    Last summer, the earliest flowers in the parent spike were about 1.75 inches in diameter, but so far I have not compared flower size in the offspring. This summer for sure.

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