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    rarer dews in tissue culture

    Heyyy, finally I have some time and took pictures of jars. I apologize for bad quality for it is hard to take good pics through the glass and condensation. I hope you like them:-) Most of them come from seeds from Australia and will be soon replated on propagation media.

    drosera ordensis 'Lake Argyle,Kimberley,AU' - very hairy form, light pink flowers, 40cm flower stalk , 8cm rosette type


    drosera falconeri 'Palmerston,N.T.,AU' -pink flower


    drosera caduca 'Bachsten Creek,Kimberley,AU'- carnivorous 6cm juvenile leaves, non-carnivorous grass-like adult 20cm, white flowers form


    drosera arcturi 'Gelignite Creek,Tasmania'- miniature form


    drosera neocaledonica


    this one not rare but my favourite drosera dielsiana


    ....and finally non-carnivorous, sequoia sempervirens young seedling

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    Very nice! All the plants look very good, soon you will have tons of them Great work and keep it up!
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    Neat! Congrats on the Drosera caduca! I really like that species.

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    Very cool!
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    Man I wish I had the stuff to do what you do!

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    Most excellent and exciting. I hope these rare plants become less rare through your good efforts!
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    Thanx for nice comments. I will try to do my best.

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    Great work on getting these species in to TC. I'd be very grateful if you could provide me with a contact from which to obtain seed - I live in South Australia, but have not been able to find anyone who can supply me with seed (or plants for that matter) of these.

    Thanks

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