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    Does anyone grow some of the rarer byblis species? (aquatica, gigantea, filifolia?)

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    I grew B. filifolia twice. I lost my 2 plants when I was away this summer (bad babysitting :P), and damp-off cleared off my only sprout this automn. This species is known to be pretty sensitive to this. All I can do now is hope that my others seeds will germinate!

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    hmm. . . can you pm me where you got it?
    thanks

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    I grow; B. filifolia, B. rorida, B. liniflora and B. lamellata (this is the N. form of B. gigantea from Eneabba and now considered by A. Lowrie to be a seperate species).

    All my Byblis were grown from seed sourced from the CPS Seed Bank (UK based society), or from swaps with other growers.

    Vic
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