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    Don't eat me,... Mr. Flytrap thbjr's Avatar
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    First cuttings ... woohoo

    Well, I took some binata and filiformis cuttings on Dec 30th. You have to look hard at the pics of the filiformis, but they're there. I have 9 plantlets (or is the term 'strikes') of each.
    I'm so happy, I could just !!!




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    Nice My 10 gallon tank was getting full of drosera so I took like 30% of there leafs of into water ,it is a great way to make trading material

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    Yeah, I 'floated' these for 22 days, but then they had enough new growth that I potted them up a few days ago. The filiformis are really hard to see in the picture, but they are there.
    My 10 yo boy calls the binata the mustache plant...LOL!

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    good work! Keep it up!
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    They're neat plants! My first D. filiformis & binata were a leaf cutting and a young plant from BCK, respectively. That was almost 4 years ago. I have had disasters since then but have been able to maintain the plants via leaf cuttings, though the original plants died out.

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