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    Pygmy Sundews Beginning To Flower

    D. omissa

    D. 'Carburup'

    D. pulchella

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    Yeah my Nitidulla x Puchella are about to flower to.

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    Lucky! I have no flower buds yet!
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    Very nice!
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    first one is omissa ....not patens
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    I'm looking forward to seeing D. sewellae open up its flower. That's coming soon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mark.ca View Post
    first one is omissa ....not patens
    Upon further review.... the label on the pot is correct. I wrote the wrong plant down.

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    I have flower coming up and I only recieved the gammae in Oct. 2010. It's D. pulchella. Is three months normal for this species? I do feed it alot.
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    Very nice!
    @jack, it is normal when they're provided good growing conditions. I was stunned to see that for the first time, as well, when my D. x "Lake Badgerup" started to send up flower stalks after only growing from gemmae for a month and 2 weeks. But "Lake Badgerup" is considerably faster than D. pulchella, so great growing!
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