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    Talking sundews!

    Hallo everyone, I'd just like to share my favourite sundews I have at the moment. Some of them I don't really remeber if I've already posted them, but oh well.

    D. 'lake badgerup'---this is my first pygmy, it's doing well but I don't like how the soil collapsed into the pot so next time I will pack the soil into the pot more, and I'll wash it too to keep the mosses and stuff out. I really love these little guys...


    Venusta plantlets---I had three or so big plants but I divided them and took lots of root cuttings and leaf cuttings and now I have a bunch a small plants. They grow faster then I thought when fed. the bigger one in the back is from root cuttings.



    D slackii from root cutting, compared to leaf cutting plantlets in the back:


    burmannii 'giant red' form. it grew pretty big after feeding:



    D. aliciea (donno if I spelled it right) one of my little plants from Blokeman:


    D adelae---I love this plant, although I started giving it too much light and it made much smaller leaves. but now it's in a small bowl terrarium along with other adeale plants that I made for my friend... lol


    Spatulata 'fraiser island' form. this form was doing well until I gave it too my friend for a while and he starved it from light, but oh well. I have it again and it's doing well again.


    last but not least, D. slackii narrow leaf form. I fed this one also and it's making slightly bigger leaves now and growing faster.


    Thanks for looking!

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    nice dev

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    Awwww cute!

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    Nice work!

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    VERY nice plants!
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    Great stuff, Devon. I really like the burmannii.
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    Has anyone really been far even as decided to use even go want to do look more like?

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    Nicely done!! Thanks for the pics.

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    Very nice plants; thanks for sharing!

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