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    WHAT DROSERA WILL SELF and what dews are self sterile, or completely sterile ?

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    great site thanks

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    are longarms steril;e ?

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    ┐longarms? Do you mean Drosera capillaris "long arm"? Very self-fertile - they'll spread in your collection like crazy. Especially the Tate's Hell Swamp, FL stuff I've been distributing the past 3-4 years. Some people think it is an introgressed D. intermedia hybrid but Ivan Snyder and others pretty much proved otherwise.
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    IME they spread vegetatively too...but yes, seed is good.
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    Taken the end of February, plants are coming out of semi-dormancy. You can see a pile of seedlings on the right where I gave away a clump, replace the media and re-seeded.



    Same deal October of 2008



    The trick with the seed from these buggers is they don't like high humidity so germinate them uncovered.
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    maybe thats why the didn't germinte till i transplanted something else into the pot

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