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    some of my pygmies

    D. sewelliae


    D. manii


    D. pulchella


    D. nitidula ssp. allantostigma


    D. palacea ssp. palacea


    D. callistos

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    Impressive and healthy-looking. Thanks for sharing.
    that makes no logic

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    I love the flowers on D. palacea ssp. palacea
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    Nice! I just got my first small ones, 2 d. Scorpiodes! Man they're tiny!
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    Thanx guys:-) Tommy if you think scorpioides is tiny wait till you see d. microscapa :-) That is a real dwarf:-)
    Some of my pygmies are significantly bigger (i mean in diameter) than regular adult drosera.....so I dont really think "pygmy" is appropriate name. But I am not a taxonomist so....

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    Yeah, my puchella x omissa is larger than a flowering spatulata right next to it. Also, why do gemmae from the same plant give different size plants when sown in the same media but in different pots?

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    Could be you media, pot size, how fast they germinate or just different conditions (more light, more heat....)
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    Nah, it couldn't be, they all grow together in 4 inch pots with peat and perlite.

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