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    capensis and capensis alba repotting

    Another weekend around repotting:

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    Drosera capensis alba, separated them and put them on submersion (again). Aphids were back this month. Also didn't have enough pots for them 11 plants now.

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    Drosera capensis, separated and repotted, 16 plants (and a tiny shoot) 8)


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    I wasn't expecting to find aphids in the capensis alba, so I went for the capensis pot. The problem is that I took too long and the roots of some plants dried. Most of the leafs on those plants curled back and most probably won't recover. Anyway they are capensis and I would be surprised if the plants died
    Sunday was flava day

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    D. capensis is quite hardy

    I imagine they all should pull through fine.

    It's funny, I've been combining all my individual capensis pots into larger and here, you're doing just the opposite.

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