I am interested in growing a D.Peltata, because when i used to live in Western Australia i could walk around to the back of my house and search a small bit of land that had not yet had houses built on it and i used to observe D.Peltata in the wild-but before i left i witnessed the whole area become a subdivision-and all the little peltatas got dug up!!!!!
The variety i am talking about is the one that has "leaves"shaped like gum nuts,they even look like them with the tentacles looking like the flower petals. Anyway i know this species is a tuberous doresa,and requires to be kept moist in summer and wet in winter. I know it lives underground in summer and comes up in winter. I was wondering if anyone could offer any advice on growing this species of doresa,either from personal experiance or information they have read about them. I would like to attempt to grow them from seed sometime and was wondering if i could get any pointers to get me started. Thanks in advance.