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    here it is:

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    Drosera binata flower from the Coromandel, New Zealand, form. The flower is about 15 mm wide. The flowers of this form ARE self fertile.
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    man...ok one more try:
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    Not all binata are from one clone. There are many varieties in Australia and New Zealand. My Drosera binata var. multifada routinely set seed, and my hybrid form will usually serve as a pollen donor, producing seed with almost any other binata. The hybrid is between a pink flowered pendulous form crossed with the white flowered form. I have seed of this available in case you are interested.
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    well I know they produce seed

    I got some seed from the ICPS seed bank and I had a lot sprout and they are about 2in tall now

    so could they be different clones or would they be the same colne as the parent

    thanks

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    I just cut the flower stalks into 1 - 2 inch pieces and float them on pure water in good light until plantlets form.
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    thanks PinguiculaMan

    how long does this usually take and what percent sprout and grow

    thanks

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    I can also attest that these plants will set good seed as I have sent out a good deal of it.

    I like your idea of floating the stalks PingMan, does it work with older stalks that have been all the way through flowering? I ask because I have one that is almost up and I might give it a go.
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