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    Great cultivating!

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    My adlale is dying from the summer heat

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    looks amazing mass!

    Quote Originally Posted by kulamauiman View Post
    LFS and or live sphagnum helps this one also. More and more have seen that this plant benefits from a substrate that is mostly LFS or live sphagnum. wonder if you could do in a hanging basket and let keikies pop out the bottom and and sides
    I have had an adelae in a peat: perlite mix that has been sending up young plants but has been slowly shrinking since october. I will repot a few into LFS and see if it helps. Thanks for the tip!
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    Quote Originally Posted by SDCPs View Post
    The d. adelae seedlings? you succeeded in getting seed?
    They're not seedlings. They're sprouts from a root ball I had sitting in a water tray for a few years. It'd throw up a dense crowd of plantlets, I'd pull all the big ones off, it'd pout for a few months, and then a new crop would sprout. I should see sometime if I can duplicate those results...
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    Well then.. There you have it. Mystery solved!

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    Cool

    nice plants wish I could get 1

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    Ooh ! What a sight ! Love it. Australian droseras are definitely something else.

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    Quote Originally Posted by seedjar View Post
    They're not seedlings. They're sprouts from a root ball I had sitting in a water tray for a few years. It'd throw up a dense crowd of plantlets, I'd pull all the big ones off, it'd pout for a few months, and then a new crop would sprout. I should see sometime if I can duplicate those results...
    ~Joe
    I've been trying without luck to get seed...oh well.

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