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    Nice! I've never seen pics of flowers on this species.

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    Awesome! Here's my only one out of a couple of hundred seeds to pop up:

    http://img135.imageshack.us/my.php?i...ants061ls7.jpg

    I don't know why I didn't have a higher germination rate... they were in a bag that was about 95% humidity and 85-95 degrees fahrenheit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by trek623 View Post
    Awesome! Here's my only one out of a couple of hundred seeds to pop up:

    http://img135.imageshack.us/my.php?i...ants061ls7.jpg

    I don't know why I didn't have a higher germination rate... they were in a bag that was about 95% humidity and 85-95 degrees fahrenheit.
    trek, you plant is hungry, and my humidity is not that high.

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    WOW! Beautiful!

    They resemble a Byblis, do they not?
    thank you. they do more like indica.

    Quote Originally Posted by elgecko View Post
    Scott,
    I think I've read somewhere that they must be fed / get nutrients when young or they will die.
    They are always hungry.

    Quote Originally Posted by jimscott View Post
    I may have to add this to the long list of plants that I'm just not going to cultivate. At least there's a longer list of ones that I can cultivate... and that now includes Darlingtonia and Petiolaris Complex.
    they are not difficult to grow.

    Quote Originally Posted by Ahmad View Post
    Very nice plant! What's the growing conditions of it? Does it grow year round or does it have a dormancy? How long do they live? What kind of light do they need, etc?


    I would really like one of those.
    I grow them indoor on plant rack, i am using T5HO tubes. Until now even it flowers, it is still growing strong. the small yellow ball on the leaves is even more beautiful. i dont know how long it live cos it is still living.

    Quote Originally Posted by CPlantaholic View Post
    impressive. they are beautiful
    thk you

    Quote Originally Posted by Jefforever View Post
    Nice! I've never seen pics of flowers on this species.
    pictures cant justified its beautiful, infact, the flower have many colour tone.

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    Just a note: I had subsequent germination from the same pot of this species several months apart. Might have been a fluke chance, but I would say don't discard the pot. As a close relative of D. indica, the seed is as stubborn as D. indica can be.

    It's wonderful to see someone having success with these plants, which apparently hate upstate NY. Evenly warm nights are probably needed. Thank you very much for sharing, and I hope you get much seed!
    "Grow More, Share More"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tamlin Dawnstar View Post
    Just a note: I had subsequent germination from the same pot of this species several months apart. Might have been a fluke chance, but I would say don't discard the pot. As a close relative of D. indica, the seed is as stubborn as D. indica can be.

    It's wonderful to see someone having success with these plants, which apparently hate upstate NY. Evenly warm nights are probably needed. Thank you very much for sharing, and I hope you get much seed!
    Thank you Mr Dawnstar. And yes, this plant is stubborn, and it needs constant tempreture.
    I do have alot of seeds.

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    Hello,

    Nice plants indeed...I grow a few different forms of Drosera indica too. Being a summer annual in Australia, I tend to keep mine on the drier side, only watering when the media surface becomes barely damp to the touch. My mix is 3/4 sand to 1/4 peat (the same as I use for Pygmy Drosera) and they seem to love it.

    Well Done!

    Happy Growing,

    Brian.

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    Quote Originally Posted by drosera5150 View Post
    Hello,

    Nice plants indeed...I grow a few different forms of Drosera indica too. Being a summer annual in Australia, I tend to keep mine on the drier side, only watering when the media surface becomes barely damp to the touch. My mix is 3/4 sand to 1/4 peat (the same as I use for Pygmy Drosera) and they seem to love it.

    Well Done!

    Happy Growing,

    Brian.
    Thks Brian,
    Yes you guess correctly of my plant media and the watering condition, but you still lack of the humidity 40-60%.
    Regards,
    Delwin.

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