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    some plants easy propagating with leaf cuttings

    Hi, I did some leaf cuttings od some of my drosera species some time ago and here is the result for some easy plants:
    drosera hamiltonii


    drosera roraimae


    drosera venusta


    drosera tomentosa


    drosera ascendens


    drosera slackii


    drosera affinis


    drosera collinsiae


    Also, my drosera graminifolia produced little plantlet , but it is still too small to be photographed.

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    Very nice results. Under what conditions were they kept? Bagged, in a jar, out in the open?
    "There is no pain as great as being alive,
    no burden heavier than that of conscious life. "
    -Rubén Darío-

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    congrats! I would also like to know your conditions.

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    Cool! I'm trying the same with D. slackii.

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    that sure is impressive! You have quite the collection of interesting sundews.
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    Happy Growing!

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    This is crazy! I had no idea sundews would sprout up from cut leaves like that. Truly alien looking...Thanks for sharing!

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    Very nice! Thanks for the photos.

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    those are amazing
    too bad u didnt post up a vid of how did the cuttings step by step, i wouldve love to c it
    also how long did new growth appear?

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