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    Nice photos and plants!!
    In the first post, what are those nifty looking hanging planters in photo #5? What have you grown in them?

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    Those are just homemade trays with deep water trays and string. they've been used off and on to expand space, as we all know how quickly we run out of that..... I also use them to keep highland nep seedlings near the lights to ward off fungus and keep them growing better, because every time I move them away I lose more..... as for what else grows in them, sundews, Sarracenia seedlings, etc.....
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    Posing some more shots:
    D. hookeri "typical"

    The biggest D. stolonifera

    I need help with these ones. They were grown from seeds labeled as D. trinervia, and while some of those seeds did come up as such (later pictures), others came up looking like cistiflora relatives, and then there were these, which I though were admirabilis. Now, no clue. Any ideas?


    These are the trinervia


    D. aliciae

    D. platystigma form A

    D. roseana

    D. paleacea trichocaulis
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    Got a couple more shots:
    D. x beleziana "Dr. Frankensnyder's Monster" fertile tetraploid

    D. capillaris FL Long Arm x intermedia; going by this guy, I'm almost positive the plants labeled "Long Arm" are either typicals, or a form of tokaiensis
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    Your D. capillaris FL Long Arm x intermedia looks very interesting. 'Quite a cross. I would like to see what a plant growing by itself would look like.
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    Nice dews!

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    That cross I received as seeds of "capillaris Florida," but the flowers have never produced viable seeds and the petioles are way long even for a long arm form of that species, same with the elongate lamina. As for seeing one standalone, I can agree it would probably be interesting, but it wouldn't stay that way for long anyways. They tend to sprout from the leaves.
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    Couple more shots:
    D. stolonifera getting taller

    Anybody seen this before? The D. auriculata is growing a tuber shoot out from the center of the growth point

    D. brevifolia all starting to flower

    D. burmannii 'Pilliga Red'

    And "Humpty Doo." I love the red on this form
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