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    Sundews

    occidentalis ssp. australis "Warriup form

    D. filiformis

    D. carburup

    D. capensis

    D. adelae babies

    D. madagascariensis

    D. capillaris 'Long Arm'

    D. binata 'Dichotoma'

    D. omissa x pulchella

    D. rotundifolia

    D. aliciae

    D. 'Ivan's Paddle'

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    great pictures Jim

    is your dichotoma going to end up being a multi leaf? I had dichotoma 'giant' and it ended up making the most bizarre combinations of leaf formations

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    Lookin good Jim! I always like your pictures of pygmy drosera.

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    Your pulchella is not that...looks like omissa or a omissa hybrid. Any flowers?
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    Quote Originally Posted by mark.ca View Post
    Your pulchella is not that...looks like omissa or a omissa hybrid. Any flowers?
    Here we go again! I'm at work right now but I'll re-check the label. I do have a nitidula x omissa on my grow list. Doe that seem reasonable? No flowers yet. Perhaps later on in the season. One by one, slowly but surely...

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    That looks more like omissa or omissa x pulchella. It does not look like nitidula x omissa.
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    The label reads D. omissa x pulchella 'Orange'. It's the biggest pygmy sundew I have, next to scorpioides.

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    A few more:

    recovering D. kenealleyi

    some sort of D. spatulata

    D. scorpioides 'Red Flower'

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