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    D. paradoxa
    MF1 - with pup (MF1a?)

    MF2

    Seed grown




    D. petiolaris



    And something rare - D. glabripes seedlings. Slow germination, took 3 months.
    Nurseries in the US say they have this species for sale but what they have is actually D. ×corinthiaca



    note the characteristic stipules, this one is just beginning to form a stem.
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    very exciting Warren! glad to see your petiolaris dews looking so robust! and that glabripes! good luck growing it! i hear it is actually very difficult to keep in cultivation.
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    'Really like the D. paradoxas - a very nice collection. Good shots of the D. glabripes seedlings, and congrats!
    - Mark

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    Awesome looking drosera! Love the clump of petiolaris.

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    Drosera esmeraldae


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    D. falconeri after a haircut


    D. aff. ordensis needing a haircut





    The trimmings. After I put the plant back into the tank I realized I didn't take an after picture. Guess this will have to do:
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    hahaha. some of my petiolaris need haircuts as well. ordensis is soo hard to cut into. beautiful plants as always!
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    Drosera rotundifolia Big Lagoon, CA

    Last year I selected one of the best out of this pot for myself and gave the rest away either in the NASC auction, trades or giveaways.

    Soon after it became a crestated mess:

    Rather than try to pull the mess apart or start over from seed two weeks ago I took a few cuttings. Here is one of the cuttings as of today:


    More from the Cuttings Corner:
    D. regia (either clone C or clone R1 I forgot to label the cuttings. Oopsie!)



    And before it expired I managed to get a strike from a cutting of my 3.5+ year old D. glabripes. I've only been trying to get cuttings going from this species for over 4 years. Very difficult to cultivate long term or propagate.


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    All those happy little regias! Those are root-cutting plantlets? As always I like the inset ruler.
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