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    D. trinervia, 2nd generation (from seeds sown last year) ready for the 3rd:


    D. graomogolensis. Kind of an interesting effect. Almost deleted the picture.


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    D. aliciae - I tried to catch the nice sparkles but the camera wouldn't capture what the eye was seeing. Maybe a 50mm lens might have worked better

    D. hamiltonii - ditto

    D. scorpioides

    Byblis 'Goliath' guehoi

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    Nice plants NaN!

    Drosera burmanii, unknown form, currently growing as a weed with a bunch of other stuff, in a capillaris pot.

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    Your hamiltonii look nicer than mine, NaN. Are they grown out of doors?
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    Yes, outdoors. The climate around Albany, WA is similar to coastal California. They're outdoors year round.

    Still trying to capture the sparkle. This may be a different form of D. aliciae


    Playing with flash and 50mm macro lens

    D. aliciae - windowsill colony

    D. graomogolensis - not bad considering I started this windowsill pot out with only 3 plantlets 6 months ago. I like the way the Sphagnum moss catches the light.
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    The Creature from the Big Lagoon

    Drosera rotundifolia Big Lagoon, CA (thanks to Wickedthistle who first introduced these to the LACPS ages ago)

    From seed they grew into this which I thinned out around the time of the 2011 NASC auction, some were auctioned off, other traded or given away. I kept one for my on collection.



    In a very short time during the summer it started cristate growth and one plant quickly turned into this mess (something temperate Drosera tend to do if you grow them long enough). The skirt of dead leaves on the bottom will give you an idea of what it looked like before it went nuts:



    So a couple months ago I tore it apart and kept three of the best looking divisions:



    Let's see if it goes cristate again this summer.
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    Good-looking plants, all. That is possibly the nicest photo of D. graomogolensis I have seen.
    - Mark

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    On going projects:

    D. graminifolia - starting to be identifiable as a species and more importantly rooting



    D. graomogolensis - (and a few D. slackii) after a hiatus of several months the garden is open again


    D. glabripes - from seed


    man-made D. tokaiensis (non-fertile) - pink and white flower forms (white flower form has not been found in the natural populations)
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