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    It hasn't been registered as a cultivar but the main characteristic of not needing cultivation breeds true from generation to generation. The plants are self-compatible but there can be some individual variation. Start a new generation from the seed and maybe you'll get a monster or two also.
    Grand Hotel... always the same. People come, people go. Nothing ever happens.

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    Thanks NaN. He at least gave me a cutting and some seeds, so hopefully within another six or so months I'll have a nicer looking anglica. I'll also start a new generation with the seeds I have from my plants and see what happens.

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    I took a quick pic if you're interested. His is on the left.


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    D. graminifolia pups


    Grand Hotel... always the same. People come, people go. Nothing ever happens.

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    This is one of my favorites. Drosera Intermedia with huge *** fly.

    P7080253 by archimago, on Flickr

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    I love Drosera graminifolia.

    @Archimago: That's crazy! I wonder if it was actually able to absorb any nutrients form that.

    I grew this D. capillaris from Pensacola, Escambia County, Florida, US about a year ago.. I couldn't get it to flower no matter how much I fed it, but I guess it just wanted to wait until spring.

    I know it's not very impressive, but I'm excited for it.



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    wow. Now those are cool..
    I like those a lot more than the 'Long Arm' I have here.

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    @NaN - those look to my eyes like extra-gangly D. ascendans seedlings. Nice job!

    @Devon - I am now trying to germinate D. capillaris seed from Seminole Co., Fla. I hope the results are nearly as good as yours.
    - Mark

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