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    I have some Drosera a little advice if these types are hardy types

    Hi everyone

    I have some
    Cistiflora
    Capensis
    Stolonifera
    Binata
    Burkeana
    Burmanii
    Indica " Jacky,Jacky"
    Nidiformis
    Indica "White flower"
    Spathulata

    Your advise welcome as always.

    Noddy

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    Every species you have listed is either a tropical or a winter grower, nothing that would withstand anything save for very light frost. On a different note: are you sure your "burkeana" is the real thing? I've seen very few pictures of that species anywhere, and even fewer people grow it.....
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    If you are looking for strictly hardy species, and you aren't going to deal with winter cold, I would advise capensis, spatulata, burmannii and binata. Some of the others are definitely species for advanced growers, like D. stolonifera which is a tuberous species.
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