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Thread: D. peltata, my first tuberous!

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    D. peltata, my first tuberous!

    Thanks to Steve, vft guy in SJ, I now grow D. peltata, my first tuberous dew! I was please to see them break dormancy this year, and am even more pleased that they seem to be doing what they're supposed to:



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    Sweet!!! I love tuberous dews

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    woohoo! Very nice! I grow a few (dunno what they are) and Joseph just brought me another one (can't remember what it is hahaha)
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    Very pretty! How long has it taken to grow that tall since breaking dormancy?

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    Awesome. I'd love to try growing one of these someday. I think the stalks look so cool.

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    Nice, I wish my peltata would stand up like that. Mine are still all in rosettes... dunno if I'll get a stem this season. Best luck with them!
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    Thanks guys! Mine were in rosettes for a good while there, but finally started making stems a month or two ago. They broke dormancy in the late fall.

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    mine are still sprouting from seed....is that normal? and one that i have had all winter died down to a tuber...but then just a week later....sprouted back up from the side!! is that also normal?
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