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    D. roseana gemmae already?

    I have some D. roseana that I started in the fall. One of them has started looking different and I think it is forming gemmae.

    Do I need to do something different with the one plant? This is my first pygmy and really my first spring with carnivorous plants.

    Thanks in advance.

    edit - In the second picture the one in question is all the way to the right.
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    Is that Roseana or Pygmaea??
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    It's not D. roseana for sure...looks like D. pygmaea and i see no gemmae yet...your plant looks more like is going dormant than making gemmae.
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    I must have looked at the wrong tag, or mixed it up with the D. roseana. I have both, and they were planted at the same time.

    Thanks for your input. Do they need less water when going dormant? The other plants are still growing fast, is it ok if the plant going dormant still gets water? Thanks again.
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    How much you want to bet it turns out to be Lake Badgerup?
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    I looked at the wrong tag. It was D. pygmaea. They are the only two I have.
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    Well...you can never bet against L.B. ,can you? I know i won't! I got so many plants with different id that turmed out to be L.B. in the end....
    Is it possible to get a close clear shot of one of the leaves?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Not a Number View Post
    How much you want to bet it turns out to be Lake Badgerup?
    ...or D. allantostigma x omissa... Been down this road before!

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