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    Hi,

    Here are some pictures, a friend sent me. He is not yet registered, so i'm posting them for him. Hope you like them.




    from left to right : Drosera brevicornis, Drosera broomensis, Drosera derbyensis





    from left to right : Drosera fulva, Drosera lanata 'Darwin' x falconeri, Drosera lanata 'Type N.T.'





    on the left : Drosera ordensis 'Beverly Springs' on the right : Drosera petiolaris 'all red'

    Christian

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    Wow...those are beautiful! Nice healthy looking plants. Great photos too. Your friend should be here to take his praises. [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/smile.gif[/img]

    Thanks for sharing them. I love the d. derbyensis.

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    Ahhhh, wonderful photos of well grown plants! Hats off to your friend. I lost nearly my entire collection from last winter's freeze and this summers heat, but it is good to see someone enjoying these beautiful species.
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    Very nice pictures! I have one tiny D. dilato-petiolaris growing slowly, the only survivor of a 'cat incident', and few germinations of D. paradoxa x ?, I can't wait to see them at this size!

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    I am working on getting some woolies. These plants are so beautiful. You have done a wonderful job.
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    I think the first three and the last pics are the best. Those plants are stunning!

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