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    my D. spatulata!

    here it is :-

    please comment =)







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    Holy gooeyness, batman! Those are beautiful!
    Great Googly Moogly!

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    Nice!

    VERY dewy! Good growing!
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    They look real good!

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    Dang, that's dewy! I would keep any small dogs or any other small animal away.
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    Drosera spatulata are all so beautiful and tough too! Have these flowered, and if so what color were the flowers?
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    one of the spatulatas have flowered but it was when the previous owner had it.
    however, my binata is going to flower soon!



    and ive since repotted some of the spatulatas.. original container was way too cramped up.



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    Hi Malowie

    Did you grow any sundews from seeds before I recently got some sphatulata seeds and sowed them on peat moss which is black so those powdery seeds just dissapeard after i sow them..So i guess neps seeds are kinda the biggest among all considering drosera seeds are probally only half the size of this full stop.

    Ken
    Well i have a growlist her but anyways heres mine in another forum.

    http://www.forum.petpitcher.com/showthread.php?t=1119

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