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    The more photogenic sundews at the moment

    D. spatulata

    [/IMG]D. falconeri

    D. ordensis x paradoxa

    D. paradoxa

    D. kenealleyi

    D. indica

    D. prolifera

    D. madagascariensis

    D. admirabilis

    D. adelae

    D. dichotoma

    D. 'Ivan's Paddle'

    D. burmannii

    D. aliciae

    D. 'Jacobyi'

    D. natalensis

    D. capillaris 'Long Arm'

    D. binata

    D. slackii

    Notice.. no pygmy sundews yet. They need to grow up a bit to be worthwhile.

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    beautiful dews! Love the falconeri!

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    Gotta love the pot-o'-aliciae.
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    quite the collection. Did you start those D. aliciae from seeds you collected? Did you have these guys outside this summer or by the windowsill? Your D. (supposedly) intermedia looks a lot like D. spatulata, to me.
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    The D. aliciae were the seeds from a clump of plants that came from a trade last year. These plants haven't been outside

    Yeah, the D. intermedia DO look like spatulata to me as well. Ironically, several of my pots have germinating sundews that look more like intermedia (much narrower leaf blades). I don't know if they were from the capillaris seeds I had or from the LFS (orchid moss) I bought.

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    D. ordensis x falconeri


    Thanks, Warren!

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    Those petiolaris hybrid seedlings are doing well. What a difference between the reciprocal crosses. I guess I should try germinating some on my own.

    It looks like my D. petiolaris is flowering again right on schedule (same time last year). Maybe I'll get some more crosses with my D. ordensis (constantly flowering).

    The D. intermedia appears to be D. spatulata. Ivan informs me that the "jacoby" is a particularly vigorous (weedy) white flowered D. spatulata.

    The D. natalensis looks more like D. cuneifolia or D. admirabilis to me. Who knows?
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    Quote Originally Posted by jimscott
    Nice lookin' slackii cuttings you've got there.
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