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    [img]www.hdpixel.com/gallery/data/500/387DCP_0309-med.JPG[/img]

    Found this little guy in a pot of S. purpurea, a month ago.
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    You don't need an iron chest if you have a sharp brain and a silk tongue.


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    Lucky you!
    It's a really cool looking drosera =).
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    mmm lookie the dew on it. One day.. oh yes.. one day.. mine will have dew too LOL. Nice start on the lil guy!
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    Cute little binata!

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    I am offering free seed of D. binata in the Trade Forum. They are so cool as babies, I almost prefer them like that!
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    They're popping up in abundence in all my pots outside. probably because of scattered seeds and some other reason... yeah I have to agree they are cool looking plants as seedlings, and are easy to grow too! One of my favorite sundews of all.
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    They get to be like small shrubs when they get older and they grow fast! So keep an eye on em
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