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    Re: CA HI

    One plant just put out this leaf

    compared to what it was growing before
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    Now if only I had that problem...

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    D. hamiltonii


    D. trinervia seedlings

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    Awesome. Do you have any tips on growing D. trinervia seedlings? I have some growing (which are not nearly as nice as yours.. they're 2mm across) but I am not sure how they will fair this summer.

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    This is the first year I've been doing anything vaguely systematic with seeds. This batch I started around this time last year. I had two batches intending to keep one wet through the summer and let the other dry out. The other pot got overrun with moss so I tossed it out. These I kept wet through out the summer and they didn't go dormant. If they did I would have let the pot dry out. I moved these outdoors as I am trying different growing conditions too.

    They other batches I started in the fall around the time the mother plants started waking up. They aren't much bigger than 2mm either. Feed them as often as you can. Springtails which were on short supply around here for some reason are ideal.
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    Thanks. I've only fed them once so far, but I'm scared of killing them from mold. I'll move them next to my vent in my room during the summer, hopefully it will help keep them cool.

    I made a new hybrid, although it's probably the worst one in history.... 'Tis D. tokaiensis x sp. "Lantau Island". I don't think it's any good because D. sp "Lantau Island" and D. tokaiensis are half related, so the hybrid look so much like D. sp. "Lantau Island" and D. tokaiensis.. Sorry that I'm not very good at explaining what I think. Haha.

    It seems to have taken on the shape of D. tokaiensis while having the brilliant deep red colour of D. sp. "Lantau Island". As you can see I just re-potted it.




    I still can't really say it's a hybrid yet, but I think it is. I have never seen a tok with colour that deep before.

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    Very nice pictures!!
    heres a few of mine o.o

    ^dielsiana

    ^spatulata

    ^3head spatulata

    ^alba

    ^cuba

    ^cuba after moving the light a few inches closer and spreading out the plants


    ^pretty much my idea of a perfect leaf and flower

    ^death cradle

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    Very nice indeed!

    D. helodes (best looking pygmy Drosera in my collection)

    D. allantostigma
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