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Thread: Drosera of the Month: September 2011

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    What do you mean? The plants started producing the triangular leaves after the first set of non-carnivorous leaves The seeds themselves germinated very quickly, if that's what you mean?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MH1 View Post
    What do you mean? The plants started producing the triangular leaves after the first set of non-carnivorous leaves The seeds themselves germinated very quickly, if that's what you mean?
    Well I meant what plant would take that long to germinate.

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    I don't know Maybe the seed was in the peat, and got uncovered by watering or something? Time will tell- it's possible that it is a D. Regia, but is just being strange. It's one to watch, for sure!

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    Some Drosera seeds take 3 years to germinate. I have species that I don't even own popping up in pots I bought years ago.

    D. regia should have linear leaves.

    The D. regia offshoots from my R1 clone were linear, tapering to a filiform tip and displaying the circinnate vernation (tightly rolled leaves unfurling like a frond on a fern) characteristic of this species.

    Even the plantlets from my clone C root cuttings have pointed leaves pretty much from the word go.

    D. regia does not have stipules (bristles/membrane at the crown). I see stipules on your plant.

    Was it connected to the root of the D. regia? All my offshots were connected together with the mother plant's root.

    Here are some of Kulamauiman's D. regia seedlings:
    http://i300.photobucket.com/albums/n...C_00260011.jpg
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    Hey guys, my first entry on any of these little competitions is...

    D. capensis 'red'!!!!

    Lame, I know, and not even very red in my conditions, but I don't mind. I saw it today and it sorta had this "Watcher of the Bog" thing going on (a-la the Watcher in the Water in the Fellowship of the Ring, you see).



    Grown in 100% living sphagnum.

    Enjoy!
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    Baaaaaaaaw

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    D. Aliciae pot, with some Burmannii on the side.
    (3+ years old)



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