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    Random pics

    So, I decided to take some new pics of plants that were looking good, so here are some sticky things from my greenhouse :
    D. rotundifolia: started out as only 5 plants, now they've multiplied and packed each other in

    D. capillaris FL x intermedia: sent to me as pure capillaris, but the leaves don't really match and they're never produced viable seed. Very vigorous though

    D. spatulata 'Tamlin': always my favorite form

    D. intermedia "Carolina Giant": plants regularly surpass 4 inches

    D. filiformis filiformis "FL Giant": reaching well over a foot tall

    D. sessilifolia: these plants keep suffering from a fungus that kills off the flower stalk just below the buds, any ideas?

    D. spatulata "Pink Flower", Royal National Park, Sydney

    D. tomentosa tomentosa

    D. affinis: got 3 plants flowering


    And, not a sundew, but doing great still, Byblis liniflora


    Let me know what you think!
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    Very nice! I'd want to release a box full of flies in there so bad...

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    A pleasure to see such a beautifully grown group of Drosera :-)

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    'Nice stuff. The temperate 'dews make me think of springtime and the Byblis makes me want to grow some again.
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    Thanks! Not everything does well here, but a good number do. And the Byblis are certainly well worth growing, especially in large numbers.
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    So, got a few more to add:
    D. aberrans flower

    D. dielsiana


    D. madagascariensis: some of these plants have stems over a foot long


    My biggest burmannii "Humpty Doo" seedling: it's very red

    And burmannii 'Pilliga Red' nearby
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    Got some more pics to tack on here:
    D. prolifera

    D. adelae

    D. brevifolia

    D. spatulata 'Tamlin' flower

    D. sp. Lantau Island flower

    D. spatulata "Pink Flower, Royal National Park, Sydney" flower

    Colony of D. trinervia

    D. capensis alba

    My biggest D. hookeri "typical"

    D. stolonifera

    D. regia probably has 4" leaves by now

    D. scorpioides "Pink Flower"
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    Enjoyable stuff. Your tuberous remind me of my challenges with this group and what I'd want them to look like. I'm also reminded that I want to plant some of my burmannii seed soon because I miss them.
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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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