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    Hi,

    are there any persons (except me ;o) ) who cultivate tuberous Drosera ?
    I'm just interested. Maybe we can trade something in the future (summer).

    Martin

    Drosera macrophylla ssp. monantha :
    <img src="http://www.drosophyllum.com/Bilder/d...phylla01.jpg">

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    I'd like too... I just got some seeds and I hope I will succeed. My favorite is erythrorhiza. Have you seen all the pics on www.cephalotus.net

    Noah

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    I'm trying to germinate some seeds of whittakerii ssp whittakeri. I'm growing two D.peltatas.

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    Hey Martin,
    I don't grow any tubies but could I use that nice pic as wallpaper? :cheesy:

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    Only one I have is whittakeri ssp. whittakeri

    Supposed to have an orange flower... they are growing now so we will see soon.
    Tony

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    I would like to try a tuberous also...hopefully this spring I can try at least one if I can find some to buy.

    S

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    Hi

    I would suggest to start with an easy spezies...
    Drosera auriculata, peltata or menziesii.
    The seed of this spezies germinates really easy.
    I never succeeded with seed of other tuberous Drosera... This year I'll give them a "heat-treament" during summer.

    Hmmm, spring is not the best time to start with a tuberous Drosera because you will only have a pot of dry peat and sand for the next 6 months... ;o)

    Tuberous Drosera are the ideal plants for people who enjoy long summer vecancies, because you can put them into an cool room and leave them untouched for several months.

    Martin

    If you want to start with seed, the you should hurry !

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    I'm growing a D. peltata.

    Here's a picture...

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