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    hey Tamlin,
    downs syndrom is not about rescesive genes,
    it and its like dissorders are a result of cell division not being completed and their being doubles of certain genes. In downs syndrom it causes impaired nerve function and i am sure alot more symptoms including a characteristic physical appearance that poeple with downs syndrom have. that is why asked about its affects the plant in which this occures.

    cheers and thanks

    Joel

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    Hi Tamlin,

    Actually, rotundifolia "evergrow" is a fertile mutant, it came up from normal rotundifolia seed and never went into dormancy. It then bred true. At least this is what I remember him telling me. I just sowed some seed, hopefully I will have some plants to share soon.

    cheers,

    -noah

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    Noah,

    Interestingly, one of the rosettes seems to be forming a hibernacula, but the others show no signs of dormancy. My rosettes are quite small, about the size of a quarter, how about yours?

    Ivan lists "Evergrow" as Drosera rotundifolia Gasquet CA X Willow Lake N. Plumas Co. Apparently some of the F2 hybrids were non-dormant.
    "Grow More, Share More"

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    Hi Johji,
    What are the nighttime/daytime temps like in your area? What is the weather like year-round? I would suspect that mexican pings would do quite well in a shaded and protected area. P.emarginata, most agnatas and gigantea do not require a dry dormancy period.

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