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    Quote Originally Posted by hcarlton View Post
    Most of your plants are way too young to ID, and most need more light. The flowering plant, from the leaf shape, I'm going to guess it tokaiensis, but again it needs more light.
    how much light should the babies get? I'm planning on getting some light bulbs, since Autumn/winter is coming here and they won't get much more light than now here.

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    As much as the parents, or the other sundews, just be carful of burn. Babies are easier to burn. that sounded weird
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    For sure it did. Did you burn any until now? Were they yours?

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    Remember the two little droseras thought to be burmannii?nah, they don't seem like them. Here is a picture of them now:


    And the rest of them, nowadays:


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    An interesting mix of sundews. 'Wouldn't want to guess at what they are just yet but maybe some others would.
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    Those are burmannii, the leaves are still a match, but: THEY NEED MORE LIGHT!! That is some serious etiolation going on there, these are plants that prefer at least 4+ hours of full-sun light intensity. The rest: same deal, there's little chance of gaining a correct ID without being grown in decent lighting.
    Everything has a reason, whether big or small. Never underestimate the power of what is or is not.
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    I am trying to give them as much light as I can. Currently they are under two pannels of LEDs, for 14-15 hours a day. I will get them closer to the light source since today, then.

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    Hey! The etiolated babies are now forming new roots due to the increased lighting:


    Other babies are growing bigger and gaining their redness:


    Coming back with more pictures soon.

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