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    Well my D. nitudula x pulchella is producing gemmae and my D. auriculata is sky rocketing.












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    Nice plants!

    Do your tuberous dews ever produce seed?

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    yeah every year they do
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    nice pictures. are they growing on stalks?, i didnt know they did that. what kind of light are they getting?
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    i have them in a south facing window so they get a good bit. and its cool to for them. ya they do grow on little stalks and kinda climb.
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    They look really good. What are the temps your D. auriculata get on the windowsill?

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    i would say like 70 during most winter days and maybe 60 at night but the soil probably is a lower temp due to the windowsill and window having that chill to it. Also this is there 3rd year
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    Hello,

    if you ask me, the plant do need much more light! This could explain the stalks on the D. nitidula x pulchella. My plants do not have such stalks, even if severaly years old. They are lighted for about 8hrs in winter. A south facing windows does not provide enoug light for Drosera, especially in winter.

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