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    I don't know if it is possible, but it sounds interesting. I think you shoud try it!!!
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    I do not have scorpioides. Maybe I will get some next year and try a cross

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    Tamlin,

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    D. nitidula x ericksoniae is a man made hybrid produced by Allister Culham, and is both the largest and most gemmae producing of all the pygmys.[/QUOTE]

    Just to clarify, did you mean D. pulchella X ericksoniae? Thanks for the background info on the plant. I'll log it in my database.

    Under the hot weather here (I think it's very Australia-like environment), all my outdoor sundews are smaller. The D. spathulata plants have smaller rosette diameters than the D. pulchella X ericksoniae!

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    Emesis,

    Thank you for the correction! Yes, I meant D. pulchella x ericksoniae....guess I have nitidula on the brain after this discussion!

    I love the flowers on this plant: they have a metallic sheen to them, and no red stigmas, lol.
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    Tamlin,

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    I love the flowers on this plant: they have a metallic sheen to them, and no red stigmas, lol.[/QUOTE]

    [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/smile.gif[/img] Funny indeed!

    D. pulchella x ericksoniae flower...

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