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    Cool hairy scape on the D. tomentosa, RL. 'Looks healthy to me. I just planted some seed of that species for the first time so now I know what I, hopefully, have to look forward to.

    A deep pot test is a great idea, NaN. I'm guessing you have the same species in shallow and deep pots, correct? No doubt most of us here have ideas on the subject but some actual comparative data would be a good thing.
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    I didnt think it was possible for spatulatas to flower at only 2 months of age (seed grown)
    Even if it is only a tiny flower stalk with two buds.

    The plants about .8 inches accross and I got the seeda from sundewman (thanks ) labeled, "drosera spatulata var. Fraser island"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Homedawg76 View Post
    I didnt think it was possible for spatulatas to flower at only 2 months of age (seed grown)
    Even if it is only a tiny flower stalk with two buds.
    My Frasers from a different source flower an obscene amount! I'm not surprised they start so early. It's like they are planning for disaster! ha ha Nicely grown tho!
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    Stunning as usual sir! Well done.

    Need to get some pics of the graomogolensis army up here.
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    Thanks, Peat! I'll get some pics of my graoms up in a month or so. I just fed them and they're looking a little green. I look forward to seeing how yours are doing!

    NaN, your tubers are really healthy looking.

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    D. Burmannii "Giant red form"

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    Alloploid D. beleziana seedlings (fertile)


    presumed hybrid D. ultramafica spatulata flower


    Flowers have not opened for me. This is a trait of white flowered D. spatulata however it could be because the plant isn't quite mature. It was deflasked from tissue culture just before summer. Flower stalk is more characteristic of D. ultramafica (sparse hairs at base, rest of stalk not covered with glands).
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