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    Flowering repotting

    Well, recently I repotted my Drosera adelae, but THEN I noticed it had a flower stalk, wich until now I thought was an unfurling leaf. The flowers are brownish green tiny teeny buds, and I waited a day and nothing happened. What should I do now? WILL IT FLOWER WAAAAH!!
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    D. adelae makes reddish flowers(with the occasional white or pink) so it may open soon. mine took a while to open. but it did. and the flowers last for a few days too!
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    Last edited by Joseph Clemens; 12-18-2007 at 11:39 AM. Reason: nomenclature
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    It depends upon how disturbed it felt. You'll have to wait it out, but if it doesn't progress, it will likely flower in the spring.

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    Nevermind. the flowers are black now. I will just wait for spring.

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