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    Drosera Pics

    So they are my favroite kind of CP! whats not to love?

    My baby, D. binata var staghorn
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    D. filiformis var. tracyi which is looking promising by moving it out into more sun and having less water (Thanks guys!)
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    D. capensis var alba
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    D. capensis, notice the whole crane fly, got it all by its self! I'm so proud
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    D. binata
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    Make sure to check out OVFT's grow table to see all the pygmeys! Apollo says thanks for looking!
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    That is one nice binata... oscar!

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    Nice looking 'dews. I like the oscar, too. Good luck with the tracyi and I'm glad it is coming around for you.
    - Mark

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    yeah the Tracyi has sent up even more shoots! A pic to follow up on that soon! Yeah my Oscar is my buddy. I got him when he was only 1 1/2 inches long.

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    Very nice Drosera! Those D. binata look huge. They're one of my favourite temperate Drosera.

    When I got my D. filiformis var. tracyi and D. filiformis "California sunset" last year, they didn't grow at all - they only survived. D. filiformis seems easily stressed. This year, they have many healthy leaves and are all flowering.

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    wow the california sunset looks really cool! I googled it :-p

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    What Type oF sand would be good for my Drosera Indica babys on my window about to go outside

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    Well I use Horticultural grade sand from Gardener and Bloom. Its pre washed and nice and coarse.

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