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Thread: D. adelae - some pics of the species

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    Some updates!

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    Absolutely incredible photos! (jimscott, cindy, etc.....)

    I can't believe how much they look like D. regia, how long do the leaves get?

    I will definitely have to try to get some of this plant, I really like the way the flower spikes unfurl; it sort of looks like a reverse-fiddlehead.

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    Holy monsters! Now I wish mine would flower and get THAT BIG!
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    I can get mine to flower, but how in the world do you get yours so HUGE?!!
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    That's crazy Cindy. Like giant seaweed dews..

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    Man, the must like your temperatures! I want that monstrous single one. MUST HAVE

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    The longest leaf at the moment is 5" long. I read that it can go up to 10".

    The temperatures here are between 73F and 93F. RH fluctuates from 53% to 95%. Temperatures are not actually ideal for the group of plants...D. schizandra and particularly D. prolifera would melt if left in ambient conditions.

    I believe that clone is particularly vigorous in my hot and humid conditions. I have another plant, Drosera adelae {Giant}, which is s...l....oooo..w. It is still one plant and only 1.5" across while I've gotten at least 40 plants from the cuttings from the vigorous clone! The Drosera adelae {Giant} also goes dewless once in a while.
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    Well done Cindy!
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