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View Poll Results: What's your favorite sundew? - Figured i should make a poll on it

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  • Rosetted Subtropical Sundews

    23 13.29%
  • Temperate Sundews

    16 9.25%
  • Fork-Leafed Sundews

    18 10.40%
  • Tropical Sundews

    32 18.50%
  • Wooly Sundews

    16 9.25%
  • Pygmy Sundews

    20 11.56%
  • Tuberous(specify;regular, erect, climbing, fanleafed, rosetted)

    12 6.94%
  • South African Winter Growing Sundews

    9 5.20%
  • King Sundew

    22 12.72%
  • Whatever you pick,please specify what species(don't click this

    5 2.89%
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Thread: What's your favorite sundew?

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    D. angelic
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    King Sundew. I love the way it twists and coils.
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    D. falconeri. Big plant with big lamina pads, and can be all red!
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    D.meristocaulis holds its dew in a really awesome shape. But the one I love the most is Drosera Neocalidonica. Completely unique in its environment, sometimes looks woolier than a wolly sundew. I love it, but I don't got one yet.

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    Of the nine common types of drosera I have, I like my D. x 'California Sunset' the most.

    It's really taking off in growth and in dewiness. I'm enjoying watching it grow and like how the leaves "unroll" as they stretch for the sky. Or in my case, the growlights.
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    cyclopse

    Drosera sessilifolia is my favorite plant I own. I'd say South America makes the best sundews with Australia a very close second as woolly and pygmy sundews are quite beautiful.

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    KING! Forked ones are nice too, though, I LOVE Drosera Dichetoma!

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    My favorite (today) is D. kenneallyi. Skinny long petioles with large round pads - the epitome of what a sundew is supposed to be. The 2 on either end were my favorites....


    Although, it's difficult to not fall for some of the others in the group ..... (some D. ordensis toddlers) ...

    Hmmm - looks like someone dug up an old thread .... Oh well, here's some pics for it....
    All the best,
    Ron
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