I've heard that after it's done flowering, it dies and comes back by tons of seeds, but if grown well enough, it can live longer. Not 100% positive, though.
This plant has flowered for Baylor Guy a lot. I have no seeds. I guess this is the end.....
No, it does not go dormant; it goes dead. Though sometimes plants have been known to live for multiple seasons.
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maybe try some pullings while it's still green??
Usually the copious seeds it produces should make it a pest when done right- a buddy of mine has them in almost every Sarr and Nep pot in his collection
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Jim, if you need another one let me know.
As far as I know Burmanii is an annual. You can cut the flower stalks off to extend it for a few seasons or sow some seed in rememberance of your fallen burmanii.
Definitely no dormancy... Your plant looks to me like maybe too much minerals in the media? Pest? Not really sure, that's not what mine do after they flower either so I can't say that's the cause... Mine regularly give many flowerings each, although the plant can shrink after a flowering... Here is a utric pot that I've not bothered removing the "weed" burmannii from LOL I'd be happy to toss ya some seeds Jim Just PM me if you're interested. They're super easy from seed (obviously ) I say they rival D. capensis!
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