No kidding, a pink flowered D. intermedia! *Will wonders never cease! *I imagine it would be a light pink?
Thanks for the offer of the leaf, but I will pass on that. *I am trying to not accept the many offers for things that I receive , until I have means to reciprocate. *Mostly, that is. *I am human after all. *I find that I can no longer remember whom I owe what to, and it wouldn't do to see my name in the deadbeat trader section!
I like D. 'Evergrow' which demonstrated the fastest Drosera seed germination I have ever encountered: 11 hrs. from seed to plant! *These plants need to have a chat with their Aussie tuberous cousins to let them know how civil plants should behave. *Ivan mentioned he had seed germinate while still in the pod, so he has me beat.
Regarding the fungus prone nature of D. brevifolia (and fungus prone species in general) the routine use of fungicides should be discouraged. Fungicide should always be used as a last ditch effort, otherwise a grower does little more than select for more resistant fungi.