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    south american and other drosera

    I would like to share with you some pics I took today. Enjoy:-)

    d. villosa


    d.regia munching on some insects


    d.regia seedlings


    d.coccipetala


    d.roraimae 'Cerro Adua, Estado Bolivar, Venezuela' and some young d. viridis in the front


    d.'esmeraldae' "Cerro Duida, Venezuela'


    d.graminifolia


    note how much juice thouse thread-like leaves are able to produce during digestion


    d.camporupestris


    d. graomogolensis


    d.tomentosa var. glabrata


    d.hilaris


    d.hirtella var. lutescens

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    Your dews always stun me! You take such great pics and have a most spectacular collection!

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    Incredibly enviable!

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    I've run out of adjectives to describe my admiration for your collection and cultivation!
    Are you able to grow D. hilaris year-round in cooler temps that you have, or does it still go dormant during a bit warmer temps? I wish I had cool enough temps to get D. graminifolia to produce one leaf, let alone drool!
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    Quote Originally Posted by CPlantaholic View Post
    I've run out of adjectives to describe my admiration for your collection and cultivation!
    *insert complimentary adjective about your plants here*

    How did you start the D. regia seedlings? what'd you do to get them so... alive?
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    ...my god...

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    MMmmmmm I love it. Your plants look great, the regia are looking GOOD. I also love seeing some less talked about or grown Drosera, very nice.
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    @CPlantaholic: for me, drosera hilaris goes dormant almost immediately, when the temperatures exceed 25C (and decent night temps drop cannot be provided). I dont force her to grow 'overtime' by providing her with lower temps artificially. I think the rest is very important and so is feeding her a lot during vegetation period. It is quite a fast grower when fed a lot:-)

    @Silenceisgod: drosera regia seeds i got from grower in UK. They were expremely fresh and large, and germinated within 10 days, which is one of the fastest germinations i have recorded. They love lots of light and cool nights (10C).

    Thanx for very nice comments, BTW!:-)

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