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Thread: New Picture of my Drosera!

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    Hey guys, my drosera [Edit: The genus name of plants is nearly always written correctly with an initial capital letter. Drosera.] startd putting on a dew show, so i decided to take a quick snapshot, and see if you guys felt that it was a D. Intermedia[Edit: The second part of a species name (specific epithet) is always written correctly in all lower-case letters. Drosera intermedia]. Also, upon coming home today, my uncle was tickling a couple leaves with a stick, which have since curled in... will they open up once more? or is it a one shot deal with drosera?






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    Looks like D. intermedia to me..

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    It's certainly a little cutie!
    Droserae will inherit the earth.

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    Classic Drosera intermedia.
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    Hmmmm looks like I need my intermedia IDed them. Mine is more close to the ground. Not as upright.
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    D. intermedia without a doubt. Wonderful plant, by the way!

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    Update: One of the D. Intermedia [Edit: The second part of plant names (specific epithet) is always written correctly in all lower-case letters. Drosera intermedia] is flowering, and both are growing strong. Too bad I can't say the same for my VFT's. While all of my VFT's have growth coming up, they all seem to be growing very slow. Is this normal? And also my red dragon is Extremely slow. I have no Idea what is going on here, does this cultivar tend to grow slowly? Pics of the Drosera:








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    Anyone?

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