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    spring drosera pics

    all these I grow under artificial lights year around (with one hour of morning sun):\

    D. burmanii


    D. paradoxa


    D.affinis


    D.sessifolia seedling (1month old)


    D.dielsiana


    D.graomogolensis (I have such a problem- every leaf catches insect and then it dont look good with all the leaves used up....I understand she is hungry after long winter but this is gluttony!;-))


    ....and H. minor I transplanted from the mother plant recently:

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    Love the paradoxa!

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    nice D. burmanii ‼
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    Very nice ;-) I read D. burmannii dies after flower. Anyone can confirm/deny this ?

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    nice variety. your petios always look great. glad you finally found good growing conditions for the Grao. If it keeps eating, it should reach adult size very quickly!

    Petr- as long as you feed and top water it so minerals don't build up, D. burmannii can live just as long as any dew according to Tamlin. So far mine has produced 10 large flower stalks, is a year old, and keeps getting bigger.
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    I've grown Drosera burmannii that lasted a few seasons. They get to looking a bit ragged after flowering and seed set, but with a rest in slightly less wet conditions and subsequent good nutrition they hang in there although some do die off so it's a good idea to take cuttings when it's in its prime.
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    Agreed about D. burmanii. I've had mine for about a year now and it has exceeded my D. spatulata in size. It's a really cool little sundew.

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    I could have sworn that burmanii was only propagated thru seed and not cuttings...
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