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    D. ordensis


    D. ordensis leaf that fell off - still growing!


    D. kennealyii




    D. darwinensis


    D. dilatato-petiolaris


    Last edited by Cindy; 01-21-2014 at 01:09 AM.
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    Though it gives me the willies to consider cutting/tearing my precious petiolaris 'dews into pieces I make a point of not arguing with success. Nicely done and congrats, Cindy.
    - Mark

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    Just updated a pic of D. kennealyii which is actually D. darwinensis.

    So, the species that I have cut and managed to produce new growth on at least one of the halves are

    1. Drosera dilatato-petiolaris
    2. Drosera kennealyii
    3. Drosera darwinensis
    4. Drosera broomensis
    5. Drosera ordensis

    That will be 5 out of 6 species I am growing at the moment which is a good level of success. No loss thus far. Phew!

    Thanks to fellow growers who sent the blessings from 9500 miles across the Pacific Ocean!
    Cindy

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    Just an update of the D. ordensis.

    The two halves. The one of the right is definitely on track since it has roots. The one on the left did not have any root but grew a few new leaves but most of the older leaves have turned brown.


    Upon closer inspection, the half without roots has some green in the middle! It seems to be producing new growth there!
    Cindy

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    Great job!

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    Update...

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    You have inspired me, Cindy. I snipped off the plantlets forming on my D. paradoxa and potted them a few weeks ago and now all are producing new leaves.
    - Mark

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    Here is the photo for the above post. If you look carefully you can see the older leaves under the newly-grown ones. These were on top when I removed and potted the plantlets.

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