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    I love this plant...it just sparkles! Wish I could post the full size pic...it looks like you could drownd in the dew. Actually, as you can see in the pic, a few bugs have.



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    o_o O_O (eyes widening) Truly a jewel of the genus Drosera! How old is it?

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    Wow, what a stunning plant Suzanne!! You have obviously gotten the hang of growing these. The pic is well taken too (but when have yours ever not been )!

    great candidate for a cp picture library (should another ever be made).

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    Hi Suzanne, that looks just like my 3+ month plants too! I love these sundews; I fed mine a huge spider and it gobbled it up in several minutes! Great photo!

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    Suzanne,
    Beautiful! What is the diameter of it? I assume it's mature, and I'm curious how close mine are to flowering....

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    Mine are looking like this too right now. If you look at the cover photo on my webpage

    http://home.twcny.rr.com/tamlin/index.html

    you will see the color the plants take in the full summer sun.
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    http://home.twcny.rr.com/tamlin/Phot...s/Photos14.htm
    Finally found the page with burmanii on it! heh. William, they're wonderful pics!

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    Thanks guys. I can't say exactly how old (ummm...Tamlin?) since I got it as a plant, not a seed. It was approximately half this size when it arrived...its probably close to 2" across now...quite robust and healthy. I have two siblings growing as well but they are still youngsters.

    I love photographing all my plants. If I ever get my new camera...watch out! I have a few more to post when I get a chance. Pic storage space is tight.

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