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    Some of my Pygmies

    Im rather new to Pygmy drosera...
    the only adult ones i have are Roseana which gave me tons of gemmae...well i went for the flooded pot look lol
    D. Roseana


    D. Scorpioides from Maxposwillo. the gemmae were slow to start but once they struck they kicked right up. more are just now starting to grow


    D. sp. Carbaruq also from Maxposwillo


    D. Pygmaea from Maxposwillo XP


    D. Pulchella 'Orange Flower' i cant remember if it was from adam or aaddaams lol


    not really a pygmy, but growing quite well considering the low light lvls of the upper rack
    D. Filiformis 'Red' -not so red lol


    D. Capensis 'Red' also not too red from lower light lvls on the upper rack

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    They look very good and happy!

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    Those are awesome! I love the D. Roseana!
    Great Googly Moogly!

    Beware of the yellow snow!

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    Wow, they look great! Like everything else in your grow rack. Lol. Amazing. D. roseana!
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    How come your D. Filiformis is still wide awake in January??

    All mine are snoozin' for the winter.

    ...or is that an older picture from the summer?
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    Filiformis red doesn't require dormancy :P. Thanks for the comments guys, capensis ill have to send you some of the roseana gemmae next season lol. Quite crazy little plants

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    A note on Drosera paleacea {DC.} subsp.roseana {(N.Marchant & Lowrie) Schlauer}

    You'll note Dr.Schlauer gave this a subspecies rank, quite unusual for him, lol!

    The flowers have an intoxicating smell. Not literally, but almost!

    Beautiful plants and photo's, thanks much!
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    yeah i know its a ssp of palacea, but ill always just call it D. Roseana :P but intoxicating in which way? Lol stinks or smells amazing :P

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