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    Ok , here is d. broomensis, location Columb Point.

    This one went semi dormant with very short leaves in the center, then came out of it and grew long leaves. Now the leaves are somewhat compact again!



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    Where are all these dews coming from?!? Lol, that's a nice plant. It sure looks like a broom to me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by [b
    Quote[/b] (Drosera36 @ Sep. 11 2006,4:06)]Where are all these dews coming from?!? Lol, that's a nice plant. It sure looks like a broom to me.

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    Really....!

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    Well, not in a sense that it's boring. It's spectacular! It's just rather mop-shaped.

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    Nice allusion to a broom or mop!
    But actually i think it was named for the location it is native to--Broome, which is in the northern part of Australia

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    Quote Originally Posted by [b
    Quote[/b] ]Where are all these dews coming from?!?
    My thoughts exactly. Looks like Peter's doing some good growing

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