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    I like the shot of the Drosera paleacea subsp. trichocaulis. Such interesting red rings with bright green centers.

    'Have to laugh about the D. burmanii. In a small-seeded genus they must have one of the smallest seeds. They are obviously able to survive for a long time as well.
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    I love the pygmies. I hope to expand my collection of them this fall.
    D. prolifera

    D. oblanceolata

    Finally, some locals for your enjoyment (D. anglica).




    This was about as big as they got.

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    Gotta love in-situ photos!

    D. graminifolia

    It didn't flower this year (winter was a little too cold) but we can look at last years


    D. hamiltonii


    D. glabripes seedlings (and four more in the pot)


    D. capensis 'Albino' aliciae - scapes forming these were deflasked 2-3 months ago.
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    AMAZING! Really incredible plants Warren! That glabripes!
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    ^^^ I agree. The glabripes is stunning.

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    Very interesting D. anglica!!

    I also love the D. glabripes. Looks very healthy and well cared for.

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    very nice warren! nice to see so many finicky plants grow so well for you!
    " You keep using that word. I do not think it means what you think it means." -Inigo Montoya
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    Here's an "awesome" picture of my one-n-only drosera burmannii humpty doo red seedling.
    Taken with a clock magnifying lense and an iPhone camera.

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