Hey, Jimscott, how wet do you grow your sundews? They look pretty wet in there.
Very nice. "Aussie" dews are by far my favorite grouping. I love looking at well cultivated ones. Thanks for sharing. Is that a D. burmanii in the bottom left of the top picture? I think that's what the tag says, but can't tell for sure.
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i wish i could grow aussies that well. they always die for some reason and it isnt the temps becuse it is like 75 at night and 85-90 during the day
I love you kenny! How hot is it in there? Thanx:-)
That was supposed to be "I love YOUR kenny!" :-)
Thanks for the compliments. The temp is around 95 F. The water level varies from bottom of pots to a couple inches. There are also lowland Neps in the setup. The D. falconeri doesn't like it when it gets drier and supposedly the B. liniflora don't like it too wet. The appearance of wet is also do to the macros setting, bouncing off LFS. Not pictured is a struggling D. paradoxa, a baby D. hartmeyerorum, a baby D. aliciae, sprouted D. spatulata, and a few other things. The last picture is where I put the D. ordensis seeds. I have no D. ordensis but the dried LFS really responded!
Last edited by Joseph Clemens; 02-07-2009 at 11:48 AM. Reason: Nomenclature adjustment