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    In the picture of Drosera falconeri and others, what is the plant is the bottom left hand corner?
    D. dilatato-petiolaris "Nhulunbuy, NT"

    Thanks everyone for your kind comments

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    *major drool*

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    very cool, i have falconeri, paradoxa and just recieved some petiolaris fresh out of TC. i REALLY want to get a broomensis before the temps drop and its to cold to ship this fall
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    Rattler, what places sell these guys out of TC? I might start looking for them next spring. I can't buy any plants at the moment, but I would like to know where to get them. I have spent too much already this summer and I still need to rebuild my GH so no room unless I trade some out. LOL

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    Quote Originally Posted by [b
    Quote[/b] (JB_OrchidGuy @ Aug. 20 2006,8:04)]Rattler, what places sell these guys out of TC? I might start looking for them next spring. I can't buy any plants at the moment, but I would like to know where to get them.
    On a consistent basis & in the states? Nowhere.

    Chuck & Michael (West coast exotics or similar) on eBay have been the 1st consistent sources of plant material. Some other nurseries often have them listed but usually are Not Available. For seed, get in on a group Lowrie order. If you happen to live in the LA area, join the LACPS - they frequently have growers bringing plants to sell at the meetings.

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    Quote[/b] (homer @ Aug. 20 2006,3:50)]
    Quote Originally Posted by [b
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    In the picture of Drosera falconeri and others, what is the plant is the bottom left hand corner?
    D. dilatato-petiolaris "Nhulunbuy, NT"
    You mean the really healthy one with all those leaves that haven't been pulled for propagation? You mean that one??
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    Quote Originally Posted by [b
    Quote[/b] ] You mean the really healthy one with all those leaves that haven't been pulled for propagation? You mean that one??
    It's recovered from the round of leaf pullings I did in May or June, hasn't it? Since less than 10% got strikes, I need to pull some more and give it a shot again!

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    Just beautiful! What kind of lighting do those plants grow under Homer?

    Oh, and by the way, I absolutely love the look of D. ordensis! Would you happen to have any of that species available for trade/sale?

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    Nice growning homer. More to add to my list. You gotta stop giving all us these crazy ideas.
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