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    Quote Originally Posted by dionae View Post
    Thats an incredible list Johnny! Do you grow yours indoors or in a heated GH?
    They're all grown inside under lights.

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    Very impressive. If i'm successful I might have to load up on them next year lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by theplantman View Post
    With limited cold protection in winter I have hope that tuberous Drosera are totally doable in Georgia. Cannot wait to try more species outside!
    When I was growing these I lived in Atlanta so it is absolutely doable. Check my pinned thread for more details


    Quote Originally Posted by Cthulhu138 View Post
    'm up to almost 40 species myself. I've done very well these and they're among my favorite carnivorous plants.
    Impressive list. These were among my favorites as well. Been contemplating trying them again but I just do not have the time that I used to have...
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    A few updates......

    Drosera basifolia


    Drosera menziesii - D. subhirtella to the left, D. modesta to the right.






    Drosera purpurascens is up.


    Drosera ramellosa




    Drosera rupicola starting to stretch out.


    Drosera zigzagia


    Last edited by Cthulhu138; 02-17-2015 at 01:54 PM. Reason: Nomenclature - Once again fixing the incorrect adjustments of an uninformed petty tyrant.

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    Wow, those D. basifolia and D. menziesii are amazing!
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    What photoperiod are you using? My stuff outside is just barely creeping out of dormancy, but yours are already fully mature!!

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    Mine are kept in a cold basement under lights. They're getting 10 hours of light right now but that will start being raised back up in April. I'm sure it starts getting colder a lot sooner here in Boston than in Georgia, this probably accounts for my plants being so far ahead of yours. I start seeing the first signs of growth in August or September and by xmas most of mine are usually up.

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    For some reason I find the flowers really appealing on tubers. I wasnt even considering the taller varieties but theyre growing on me.

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