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    awesome progress Kula! those looks so awesome! cant wait till they get their true colors!

    on another note, i thought it might be worthwhile to mention which petiolaris drosera that naturally divide vs those that may have to utilize this method or be set by seed.

    these so far have been known to divide naturally over time: caduca, falconeri, fulva, lanata, dilatatopetiolaris, kenneallyi, paradoxa, ordensis
    these have not been reported to divide: derbyensis, broomensis, darwinensis
    unknown: brevicornis, petiolaris

    has anybody else had similar experiences with their own plants as well?
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    I have had D. paradoxa 'clump'.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jimscott View Post
    I have had D. paradoxa 'clump'.
    that's interesting. kula also shared with me that his paradoxa multiplied when the main plant was dying. is this similar to what happened to you? i dont know if that could be considered as naturally dividing over time.
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    I, too, have had D. paradoxa divide into multiple plants as in 6 or 7 new growing centers.

    Quote Originally Posted by amphirion View Post

    these so far have been known to divide naturally over time: caduca, falconeri, fulva, lanata, dilatatopetiolaris, kenneallyi, paradoxa
    these do not divide: derbyensis, broomensis, ordensis, darwinensis
    unknown: brevicornis, petiolaris

    has anybody else had similar experiences with their own plants as well?
    I have had D. ordensis divide naturally for me. This is the long-leaved form that I grow.
    - Mark

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    Quote Originally Posted by bluemax View Post
    I, too, have had D. paradoxa divide into multiple plants as in 6 or 7 new growing centers.



    I have had D. ordensis divide naturally for me. This is the long-leaved form that I grow.
    @blue: that is really interesting. any information on the ordensis plant and when does it divide? it could possibly be clone specific. in which case, i may have to coordinate a possible trade for a spare. i have the wide leaved form.
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    Quote Originally Posted by amphirion View Post
    that's interesting. kula also shared with me that his paradoxa multiplied when the main plant was dying. is this similar to what happened to you? i dont know if that could be considered as naturally dividing over time.

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    have an ordensis seedling doing this odd thing.

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    @kula: Are all the leaves in the center of the last photo produced by the same seedling or just the larger ones?

    Quote Originally Posted by amphirion View Post
    @blue: that is really interesting. any information on the ordensis plant and when does it divide? it could possibly be clone specific. in which case, i may have to coordinate a possible trade for a spare. i have the wide leaved form.
    Amp: I don't really see any pattern of when the plant divides but there must be a trigger of some sort. My petiolaris tank has little photo period variation but there are seasonal temperature shifts with the high temps being up in the 100's F. in mid-summer and only in the low 90's in the winter. The original source of the plant was Homer League and, of course, I meant to say it was a 'narrow-leaf' ordensis. I've had this clone for several years and it is now ready to divide for the third time.
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