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    Drosera sp. "Pretty Rosette"

    I have no idea what goes into this plant, but here's the flower of Drosera sp. "Pretty Rosette":







    Last edited by Joseph Clemens; 03-15-2011 at 08:00 AM. Reason: N. A.

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    that is the weirdest Sarracenia flower EVAR!

    or did you mean Drosera?
    on another note, i've noticed my seed grown D. ordensis producing flowers like that...
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    I know this is posted in the "Sundews (Drosera), Byblis, Drosophyllum" thread. And you abbreviated the unknown genus name, "S." and used the zoological abbreviation for subspecies, "ssp.", you also used an invalid cultivar name, 'Pretty Rosette', so I'm guessing and hoping this is just an early April fools joke.
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    To my knowledge, "Pretty Rosette" is a different form of Drosera dielsiana
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    Very nice flower!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joseph Clemens View Post
    I know this is posted in the "Sundews (Drosera), Byblis, Drosophyllum" thread. And you abbreviated the unknown genus name, "S." and used the zoological abbreviation for subspecies, "ssp.", you also used an invalid cultivar name, 'Pretty Rosette', so I'm guessing and hoping this is just an early April fools joke.
    The 'S' is simply a typo. it's a sundew. As to the nomeclature, that's how it came to me: D. ssp. 'Pretty Rosette'. Hey, at least I used italics....

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    jimscott,
    Nice photo of interestingly deformed flower. Are all of the flowers on this plant similarly deformed?
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    You did know that you can edit your own posts, but obviously not the titles? It is possible for the creator of posts to correct their own typo's, etc.

    I'm encouraging everyone to try to use a plants complete name, at least the first time it's mentioned in a post, but especially in the titles, so it is easier to use the search tool, later to find those posts. The search tool won't work on abbreviated genus names, such as, "D.", but it will work on "Drosera". This could be a great help for newbies, and for anyone trying to look up past plant topics. Italics is only used on the latinized parts of plant names, to indicate they are a different language.

    I'm also trying to say that it is up to each of us to verify, as much as possible, the plants we receive to help ensure they are what they are supposed to be, especially before we propagate them and distribute them to others. I'm sure no one wants to be responsible for distributing mis-identified plant material. It has happened to me and can be frustrating and bad for a grower's reputation.
    Last edited by Joseph Clemens; 03-15-2011 at 08:05 AM. Reason: Expand the thought
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    Quote Originally Posted by Joseph Clemens View Post
    You did know that you can edit your own posts, but obviously not the titles?
    Although I have not tried it, it appears that the originator can edit titles via advanced mode...
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