D. sp. "south Africa"
Drosera burmannii "humpty doo" (seeds from sundewman)
D. x "snyderi" (seeds from Iggy on cpukforum)
Drosera venusta "albino"/"alba"
I'm looking for some interesting contrast with the normal venusta and the albino form... Is there a reason why the typical venusta seedlings are still flat to the ground? (seeds from typical venusta are from sundewman, seeds from albino form are from Iggy on cpukforum.)
D. alicae (location form, seeds from iggy)
D. adelae making smaller leaves for some reason... I haven't given it more light or anything, any other ideas?
D. filiformis "florida all red" form
D. tokeiansis (seeds from sundewman)
My crazy capensis set up. All of the dews here are capensis forms and hybrids, except for that one little pot of D. filiformis 'florida all red" in the back...
alba (seeds from iggy)
typical (seeds originated from sundewman)
another much nicer filiformis "florida all red" seedling (seeds from iggy)
Canadian hardy filiformis ssp. filiformis. Apparently a mature plant of this survived being in a frozen "block of ice" for a while... or something
and that's it! Thanks for looking!