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    Drosera Burmannii- WHERE!?

    Where can I find actual plants, not seeds, of this species? I googled it but have so far been unsuccessful.
    Also Drosera Glanduligera is especially rare, but I have few hopes of getting it.

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    anywhere and everywhere...should not be too hard to find. it's an annual, but readily self seeds. i started with one as a hitchhiker but now have ended up with multiple plants. you will end up with it eventually, whether you want it or not.
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    Try the ICPS seedbank. Like a 100+ packets of D. glanduligera last time I checked. You need to be an ICPS member though.
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    Why not just buy the seed? Since they're an annual, why wouldnt you want the maximum length of time to enjoy them? They're basically a weed and super easy to grow from seed. Nothing required other then tossing em on wet media and keeping em humid and warm.

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    PM me: I can send you a couple plants of burmanii.

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    Like everyone else said, you should just go with seeds. They grow really fast from seed. I have full sized plants in about 2 months from seed.

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    What kidn of conditions do you ahve seeds in? I've been trying to get 'Piliga Red' seeds to sprout for over 2 months now, and nothing.
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    I'll try getting adult plants of Burmanii and some seeds of glandigdgdgsdfasdghf whatever its called. :P

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