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    I've finally got my bum in gear and done a below average job at a webpage. Please vist my website and help me ID my Drosera (page2)

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    Hey Wado,
    The Sarracenia is a hybrid between Flava and Purpurea ssp Venosa called X Catesbaei.
    The Drosera at the top of the page is almost certain to be Spathulata. The second sundew is The cape sundew,
    Drosera capensis.

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    Thanks for that. Do any of those Droseras need dormancy?

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    Nope none of them need a dormancy. They are both very easey to grow.

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    Yep I've noticed that. I rescued those plants from a cruel garden nursery and looked half dead when I first got them. I rinsed the soil, put them in a sunny location and they have ended up so dewy and healthy looking and I haven't really done that much to them.

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    Yeah, d. capensis is one of my alltime favorite droseras, it is (in my experience) very easy to grow and keep dewy, especially when grown outside.

    Noah

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