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    Drosera paleacea subsp. roseana and Drosera scorpioides



    Well, I think the D. scorpioides will actually survive a winter outside in San Diego and making gemmae
    (and I guess there's other Drosera in there but I don't know which ones )

    How are everybody else's pygmies doing?
    Last edited by Joseph Clemens; 03-02-2011 at 07:08 PM. Reason: N. A. - Drosera paleacea subsp. roseana, not Drosera roseana

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    Very cute thez, I love pygmies, wish I had some!
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    Despite the seasonal changes some of them are going through, the group of them are quite attractive, together.
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    Quote Originally Posted by carnivoure12 View Post
    Very cute thez, I love pygmies, wish I had some!
    Thanks! I'm slowly collecting more and more because they're so adorable and take up all but a few centimeters

    Quote Originally Posted by Joseph Clemens View Post
    Despite the seasonal changes some of them are going through, the group of them are quite attractive, together.
    I know it's so darling It's why I can't keep them in their separate pots, and end up making mixed pots of cute little pygmies

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    Nice colour! It is indeed challenging to keep the pots with one species, with the gemmae jettisonning!

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    Hey Jim your ca looks like mine the same face and everything.

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    Hello, my D. pulchella that I received in oct. as gammae (13 gammae) grew at different rates with the fastest growing flowering in early feb. Now five are in flower. In early dec. I received 10 gammae as a special that were mixed. I now have five which I believe are D. roseana with three ready to bloom. The five remaining are all the same species but are very slow growers so I will have to wait and see what those will be. Jack
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