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Thread: D. madagascariensis

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    Quote Originally Posted by WaterKirby View Post
    Am I the only person who sees this a drosera?
    LOL! No.

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    Okay, I was scared.

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    A moderator will have to fix that categorization.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pik View Post
    I will be looking for a third incident to confirm.
    If you keep them cooler, they don't climb so quickly.

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    I hate this species...

    They seem to get tall then die for me, taking cuttings from these really pays off.

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    Wait...the "D" stands for Drosera?
    -Josh
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    Quote Originally Posted by Not a Number View Post
    You can "decapitate" this species and it will regrow from the root. If the stalks break or crack new growth will start from the breaks.

    Like D. glabripes these are often growing in tall grass or near other growth and get support that way.
    would i simply cut it about a centimeter below the living portion and then submerge that centimeter in the media? i have one that i would like to decapitate but dont want to kill it.

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    yes you can even do 2 inches below the growth point if it gets too tall and it will grow out roots, i lost mine due to not watering it but this one was a great grower for me if well fed it will flower like crazy too

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