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    D. zigzagia



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    wow what a cool flower how far does the dew grow out of the picture,look like it trails quite a distance.

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    5 or 6 inches
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    I've never heard of this dew. Is it a new one or a fancy hybrid, or... ??

    Whatever it is, it looks neat!
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    Cool flower! Looks like a tuberous type.

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    its a tuberous species that was described in 1999......seems to be an easy one that doesnt require a dormancy like some of them.....been trying to get this pot to go into dormancy for over a year now and it refuses to go down.....so instead of keeping it in a tray like my other dews i treat it like a house plant and let it dry out between waterings to help keep any tubers from rotting and it keeps growing.....
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    Nice looking plant. Do you get any seed from it on a regular basis? Looks like it is doing well without dormancy.

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    actually have never checked for seed.......hell this is the first time ive confirmed a flower has actually opened.....i see flower buds regularly but they kept looking like they never opened and just died off.....
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