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    Is this plant a fast mover? It looks like the other fast ones, thats why i'm asking...

    Is it an anual?
    I know where i can get them, so i wanna know before i order...

    Thanks!
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    This Drosera is a tropical African variety, often dying back to the roots and regrowing after a short dormancy. I have no experience with the rapidity of its motion, sorry. If you have a source for this species, I am very interested.

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    its an south african species that looks somewhat like a alicaie. I really want one and would pay or trade. im not sure ethier about the movement.

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    I was once told that Drosera cuneifolia was the largest of South African rosetted sundews. I've heard of people having plants reaching 4"+ diameter!

    Some photos:


    These are not my plants so don't ask me about them [img]http://www.**********.com/iBhtml/non-cgi/emoticons/smile.gif[/img].

    (Edited by Statik2426 at 7:44 pm on May 1, 2002)

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    hmm...looks like ailcaie lol. nice plant eh?

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    Drosera aliciae... [img]http://www.**********.com/iBhtml/non-cgi/emoticons/smile.gif[/img]


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    one of my plants
    http://communities.msn.co.uk/Stephen....toID=27
    not dificult, but it has a short growing season. it is from southern africa, so it is a sub-tropical I suppose. not easy to flower for me, usually propogate from root cuttings. speed, cant say it is faster than any other SA sundew.

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    Hi!
    Does anyone know if leaf cuttings work, too?
    Jan

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