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    Drosera anglica

    Does this look like D. anglica to you all?


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    Yeah, it does, although the leaves seem a bit short.
    Some days it just isn't worth chewing thru the restraints.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Exo View Post
    Yeah, it does, although the leaves seem a bit short.

    It could be a short form.

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    Whatever it is, I like it

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    This is what I have, for comparison:




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    hmmm...it appears to be more of an Anglica hybrid than anything, since it's leaves aren't upright like I'm used to seeing. But it doesn't exactly look like D. x 'Watari' either.
    At least at this point, D. anglica x spatulata would be my best guess
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    It could be because of the angle the photo is shot from. Most of my D. anglica when younger grow less upright than when they are more mature.
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    Thanks all. Nice plant Jim!

    I originally received the seeds from the ICPS seed bank so I was hoping they would be true to form. As NaN said, the photo was taken from almost directly above so it’s hard to distinguish how prone or vertical it is. These plants (upper left of the photo too) sprouted exactly 4 months ago and it looks like the bigger one is just starting to go more upright. I’m going to move them outside in a week or so. I’ll see how they do out there.

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