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    I bought my first sundew!

    its a Drosera capensis yay!

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    what can a sundew eat any way?

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    Quote Originally Posted by VTFlover View Post
    what can a sundew eat any way?
    any bug that gets stuck and stays stuck to its leaves

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    would a bee stick to a sundew?

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    Depending on the size of the bee and the plant, yes. More likely it will catch flies and gnats and other small annoying bugs.

    Also, as a side note, you can edit your previous posts instead of double posting like your first two posts.

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    I tried to put a bee in my D. capensis the bee is too hefty for the flimsy leaves to handle even when i weakened it.

    I prefer to not feed my sundew. It looks more beautiful when the leaves stays put and dewy. It usually catches fruitflies,

    gnats and midges on its own anyway.
    I bet you're reading this huh?

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    what r the humity requirment of a Drosera capensis

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    whatever is natural. D. capensis is absolutly bombproof and can survive a nuclear holocaust!!! haha itll be fine anywhere as long as it gets good lighting.
    Alex
    Everything is explainable. The seemingly unexplainable is but a result of our insufficient knowledge.- Hans Brewer

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