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    this time common ones


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    You have tons! If I had as much as you i'd get some and pot them together in a big pot.

    First one is definately Cape Sundew (D. Capensis), maybe young "wide" ones?

    And I think the second is the English Sundew (D. Anglica). (i'm bad at Identifying sundews)

    How old are they?
    How did you propagate them?
    Whats the soil mix used?
    What humidity are they grown in?
    What lighting do you use?
    What size pot are they in?
    Where do you grow them?
    Why do fools fall in love?

    You don't have to answer that last one. [img]http://www.**********.com/iBhtml/non-cgi/emoticons/biggrin.gif[/img]
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    the capensis are x rubra
    the second are collinsinri
    all from seeds
    mix 60% peat moss 10% sphagnum 10% perliate 10% vernicolite 10% sand
    50-60% humidity
    pot size 3" all under flurecent light
    all at my working room
    first ones are 1 year second 1/2 a year and I have them also as few in one bigger pot
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    Nice photos as usuall Arie! The second one is Drosera collinisae, just a spelling correction [img]http://www.**********.com/iBhtml/non-cgi/emoticons/smile.gif[/img]
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    Just a quick note: most Droserae prefer their own space, especially the longer leaf forms like capensis: when the leaves touch there is often browning of the lamina. There is some evidence that certain species also produce inhibitory enzymes, so it is best to seperate seedlings early on.



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    arie, what is x rubra a hybrid of?

    Tamlin, what are inhibitory enzymes?
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    Tamlin, how early is "early on" as far as separating seedlings? My capensis seedlings are about 3 weeks old and the largest is not much bigger than a 1/16 of an inch across, growing its second leaf (not counting the cotyledons (I think that's what they are, so small it is hard to tell)).

    First time with seeds - they seem to be slower than leaf cuttings!
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    Whats a cotysaurus, or cotylodon or whatever you called it?

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