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    Let's share some more:
    D. indica "Pink scented flower" finally growing for me

    Need help on these three: supposedly 2 species here, tokaiensis and capillaris, but they all looks really similar. Any thoughts?
    D. tokaiensis

    D. "capillaris Costa Rica": these seeds came from the ICPS, and flowers are a bit paler than the other two plants, but I'm really suspicious

    And the supposed "capillaris Long Arm" which most certainly isn't long arm

    D. tomentosa

    D. affinis

    and flower

    And the ever-happy pot of D. capensis "alba"
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    nice dews,sorry can not help with your ID's,is that dried bloodworms in the cape alba pick?

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    Your D. stolonifera is certainly looking good. I have not grown capillaris so I can't help there, I'm afraid. I've never grown D. brevifolia but it looks enough like burmannii to make me wonder about its evolution.
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    Stolonifera is definitely doing better than I expected, I have 2 that have stems now. Oddly enough, my D. hookeri I've had growing for 2 years now, and it refuses to send up a climbing stem, instead it's producing multiple growth points. At the same time, I planted the D. auriculata only a couple months ago and one is already climbing....
    D. brevifolia is very different from burmannii. It's smaller, has very wedge-shaped leaves, and the white flower is rather unique looking.

    Also, on the capillaris/tokaiensis issue, I have confirmed the cross between the cap "Long Arm" plant and "tokaiensis" produces viable seed, so that tells me they're probably the same species, different forms. On that note, anyone have extra capillaris, any forms, available? :P
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    Sharing a few more:
    The D. hookeri are big, and forming multiple growth points, but refuse to climb

    2 of my stolonifera, however, have good stems

    And while the hookeri are 2 years old, these auriculata Howden, Tasmania are only a couple months old, and look what they're doing

    D. trinervia colony (also have a couple of mystery winter-growers in here as well, look like cistiflora relatives....)

    D. platystigma "A"

    D. roseana

    And D. tracyi are waking up, and there's a flower stalk! Many cool hybrids to follow. I used to call them filiformis tracyi, but after growing these out now, I can see the differences myself
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    D. auriculata Howden climbing fast

    trinervia always looks happy

    D. tracyi with its double leaf (though, the tips got burnt by lights before I moved it, so the leaf is only 8" long)

    D. natalensis flower

    One of only 3 flower I've ever seen open on my capillaris FL Long Arm x intermedia

    tomentosa isn't getting any bigger, so fingers crossed it may flower at some point

    burmannii Humpty Doo

    adelae is a weird one for me: at any one time, usually only one side of the pot looks nice

    may need to thin out the prolifera soon too
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    More shots:
    D. auriculata (the biggest one) reaching nearly 5" tall

    After only a couple months of growing, D. platystigma "A" is flowering!

    Dewy roseana field

    2 of 5 D. regia seedlings, the biggest has 5" leaves (left)


    And D. brevifolia all starting to flower
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    All sorts of amazing goodies^! Your regia certainly look robust and healthy.
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