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    Maybe a new cultivar? D. Burmanii ' **** '
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    i agree with 7santiago.

    take leaf cuttings and see if they do the same thing, then try it in different conditions.

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    Drosera burmanni 'Infinity'

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    D. Burmanni "Energizer"...it just keeps going and going
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    Well, it's now fireing up its 9th flower stalk. I'll take a few leaf cuttings from it and gather some of the seed to see if this behavior continues. Lets hope it's something new.
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    You prolly shouldn't do leaf cuttings with burmannii. It doesn't have many leaves and supposedly cuttings don't take too well for it.

    Just wait for it to self. (If it doesn't self, I remembered wrong. Can someone help?)

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    My Burmannii 'Beerwah' gets, at the most, two stalks before it goes into a fatal decline. However, almost all of my sessilifolia send up four or five and then just keep on living for months afterwards. Perhaps your burmanni has a few of its' Brazilian cousins genes. They are both promiscious little devils and cross pollinate easily in my experience.

    Anyway, what ever I expect my Drosera to do, they constantaly break the rules.

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    Had to bump this thread with an update.

    Right now that one burmanni is on flower stalk #20! From the looks of it it seems pretty healthy. But Ive also noticed another odd burmanni in my buch. This new guy has a flower stalk from the side and a stalk from dead center. I thought all burmanni sent up stalks from the side. But maybe I'm wrong
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