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    Propagating D. rotundifolia

    Quick question, can D. rotundifolia be propagated from leaf cuttings? TIA!

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    It sure can. Very easily too.

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    Ok then, thanks again!

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    Just backing up what cthulhu said. The ones I have growing in live sphagnum actually spread that way when I have the water level even with the top of the sphag - the leaves produce plantlets once they start to wither. It makes me wonder how many patches of rotundifolia we see in the wild are all/mostly one clone.

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    For some reason, this is a very difficult species to find in commerce. I've been looking to acquire a plant; anyone have a division to trade? Know where I can find one? Thanks.

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    i might have some seeds available this fall or late summer if mine produce any this year

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    Quote Originally Posted by Whimgrinder View Post
    For some reason, this is a very difficult species to find in commerce. I've been looking to acquire a plant; anyone have a division to trade? Know where I can find one? Thanks.
    I got some D. rotundifolia for ya, email sent.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DJ57 View Post
    I got some D. rotundifolia for ya, email sent.
    Received, acknowledged, with thanks :-)

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