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    D. aliciae

    I have some D aliciae seeds and I'm wondering what type of medium I should sow them onto?
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    If you can find one, I'd suggest a gypsy.. but I suppose any run-of-the-mill psychic would suffice.



    Seriously though.. 50/50 peat and sand is what I use. My plants also seem to prefer fluorescent lights over outdoors in full sun, but you will need to test that for yourself in your own conditions.

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    Thanks Steve
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    I would mix the media and have it be moist, not wet, and covered until germination.

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    Growing Drosera aliciae

    LFS is also a good media to use for growing this species from seed.
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