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* * * I'm glad they don't go *dormant.I like year-round plants
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yah, the frige can get pritty full very fast if you don't watch that lol!
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Drosera adelae (and another Queensland native, schizandra, for that matter) can often appear to die but usually come back from the roots. The same can be said for capensis as I have seen it do this in a friends collection. Many Drosera can die back to their roots. Some do it under normal circumstances (consdered dormancy), others do it when conditions are unfavorable.
I feel the same about year-round plants. It's a real drag waiting many months for some plant to pop up again, especially when you're not sure if it's still alive! [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/sad.gif[/img]
I agree year round plants are better...not saying "better" as in plants but better as taking care of.
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