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    well i was thinking that myself for the pgymy as it is kinda tall and has a stalk. I actually misread the one post. i though he said bout the D. auriculata having stalks and the D. auriculata 3rd year and not the pgymy thats only 1 year from gemmae.



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    Yeah, thats what I was getting at, they look very starved for light.
    I dont know where you live, but for me they do best outside.
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    nah its like 20 degrees out i live in philly
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    do your tuberous dews produce seed?

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    Quote Originally Posted by [b
    Quote[/b] ]Nice plants!

    Do your tuberous dews ever produce seed?
    Quote Originally Posted by [b
    Quote[/b] ]yeah every year they do
    TADA!!
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    oops! i didn't see that all 3 times i looked

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    Hybrid pygmy sundew are very hardy, unless it snow where you live. They should be harden up to full sun. The plants will colour up.
    As far I know only two species of tuberous sundews self seed, Drosera auriculata and D. peltata. You can extand the growing season by keep the plants in a cool, shady location. I seen D. auriculata growing into summer this way.




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    ya i usually keep them going till like early july but temps hit like 90+ so its really hard to keep my D. auriculata going. i also am trying Drosera peltata, D. macrantha, D. stolonifera .... and D. menziesii somnething. i dont really know them well s im just trying them for the first time and they are seeds right now. Ya i usually have seed in spring for the D. auriculata

    Ya we do get lots of snow but not yet though and the pots would freeze for sure. i do keep them out as long as possible in the cold until it went below 35.



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