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    When we move into a house in the very near future, I'll send you a request for a truckload of these things. Much obliged

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    Let me know when you're ready. I've been passing these things out like candy !

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    As soon as I have more room and time for plants I'll be going after Australian dews and utrics, these things are beautiful, great growing here!

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    Dazzling, as always. It is difficult to say which I like the most! The D. magna is beautiful and looks a lot like D. macrophylla to me.
    - Mark

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    Quote Originally Posted by bluemax View Post
    Dazzling, as always. It is difficult to say which I like the most! The D. magna is beautiful and looks a lot like D. macrophylla to me.
    Thanks Mark ! D.magna only resembles plants like D.macrophylla and D.monantha at this stage. Once fully opened, the leaves of D.magna are shorter, wider and much more rounded. It's undeniably my favorite species in the squamosa complex ...... and as a bonus, it produces daughter tubers much more readily than other closely related plants.

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    Drosera auriculata


    Drosera basifolia






    Drosera gracilis




    Drosera hookeri and Pterostylis curta


    Drosera lowriei "Type"


    Drosera lowriei "Giant"


    Drosera aff. macrantha - "Swamp Form"




    Drosera magna


    Drosera modesta (left) and Drosera menziesii (right)


    Drosera modesta


    Drosera menziesii






    Drosera monantha


    Drosera peltata




    Drosera platypoda


    Drosera prostrata




    Drosera porrecta - Northern Form - The flowers are strongly jasmine scented like some other members of the stolonifera complex.


    Drosera purpurascens




    Drosera ramellosa


    Drosera rosulata


    Drosera rupicola


    Drosera subhirtella


    Drosera zigzagia - The flowers are faintly sweet smelling.



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    Awesome update. I always enjoy looking at the tuberous dews!

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    This thread is always a treat for my eyes, but gives me ideas I haven't the room for platypoda is a beaut

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