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    D. filiformis seedlings have short, thin cotyledons lacking dew much like other sundew seedlings. FL red are no exception, so the plant you have there is one of those wayward grass plants. There would also be no need to have a FL Red pot in the fridge, as cold stratification and cold dormancy are not needed at all. Also, it seems filiformis do better in a pot with a high amount of sand or perlite in the mix, not so much sphagnum or peat, at least the Florida forms do.
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    @ Not a Number: 'Looking good. My one D. cistiflora that has come back was supposed to be a pink flower but it shows no red pigment at all so comparing it to yours I am guessing it is really a white flowered plant. You've got the touch for this species, I'd say.

    @ Jimscott: I really like the first plant. Is that a D. capensis hybrid?
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    It's D. capensis 'Braodleaf'.

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    Thought I'd take a stab at this.



    D. capensis 'Narrow Leaf' after a nice, warm, humid night with some new leaves unfurling. I wish the sun was out so the dew drops could have glittered and done it more justice, but oh well. There are a bunch of bits caught in the leaves because I recently repotted it.

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    D. schizandra



    D. cuneifolia Table Mountain
    Just watered so looks a little flat.


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    That's a nice-looking schizandra!
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    this has been an interesting dew to grow,D.hilaris and the pot really hope it flowers

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    Well here is something unexpected so soon, one of the D. hamiltonii Esperance SW Australia plants is starting to flower. Before my other plants of this species didn't flower until May-June. I'm still hoping this is a different clone genetically from my plants labeled only as Western Australia. If they are and I can get them to flower at the same time I'm hoping for seed.



    These are the two different batches side by side. There are perceivable difference which may not be actual genetically. Time (and a lot of luck) will tell. Esperance vs WA (left to right).

    Esperance vs WA



    Drosera aberrans finally decided to wake up


    D. cistiflora pink flower continued



    The notorious Butterfly Valley D. hybrida alloploid (fertile) was coming out of dormancy while still in the fridge so outside it goes.
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