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    nice to see your plants are making a comeback! a few of my cool dews are sending flowers; scorpiodes, capensis 'red', schizandra, the works
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    Hi Tamlin. Would you say that after the freeze you've found more frost tolerant varieties?

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    Post freeze surprises were there for sure. The following were largely unaffected: D. schizandra (who'd have thunk it), D. regia, D. capensis. D. slackii and D. dielsiana are returning from their roots. Likewise the D. burkeana. The tuberous species have recovered, so all in all I came out fairly well although everything looks pretty sad that was in the room. The cold snapped the petiolaris into dormancy, and the seedlings did not recover of the tropical species. These plants although delicate appearing are tough survivors.
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    Well, the scapes aborted. So it goes. I can only hope that the plants will pollinate cleistogamously. I end this topic with a photo I took of the flower bud. This shot was done through a hand held loupe. 20 scans came out blurry, and then this one! The stalked glands on the sepals and scape look as if they are motile. One plant has not sent up a scape, so there is at least a possibility of future flowers.


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