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    Byblis liniflora October 2010

    Thought i would share some photos at my first successful attempt at growing B. liniflora...
    first time i tried them, i received a few bareroot plants in a trade (obviously those died, byblis hate that)
    i then tried some seed after that, i spilled the pot with the seeds....
    so i finally tried again, this time with some success, though out of 90 or so seeds, only 15 or so germinated *sob* but then again i didnt do any treatments and the seed was a year and some change old IIRC...crissytal can chime in on that if she pops in here...
    these little guys are a few months old now...









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    very nice! if im not mistaken i see a flower bud there! I tried liniflora once, got the seeds to sprout, then they never did much more than stay small.

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    thanks
    and nope, no flower buds yet...

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    very nice.. wish I wouldn't have lost my first batch. Shouldn't have ever gone on vacation. I've got another bunch of seeds sown now. Hopefully I have the same luck with germination as the first try.

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    They look hungry! Are these the plants that require the assassin bug to digest their food for them?

    I thought those were Roridula... maybe I'm wrong.

    If I am, you should feed them!
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    Ooh jealous!
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    Nice, nice, very nice!

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    beautiful shots!
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    Happy Growing!

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