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    Here are some pics I took today. Enjoy,



    This next Drosera blends in nicely with its surroundings...





    Notice the mile long flowerstalk LOL. It's gonna get snipped here shortly since its not self-fertile and finding another clone is slim pickings.







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    niceeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee!! first time i see d. capillaris x rotundifolia, looks really pritty..

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    Very nice! I agree that capilaris x rotundifolia "ever grow" is very nice.
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    Ooh, and I like that paradoxa!

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    love the ordensis!

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    Homer,
    Nice pictures.
    I really like the looks of the D. ordensis.


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    Looking good, Homer.

    You may want to keep in mind that that D. spatulata hasn't been distributed as such for most of its history in cultivation. It was called "D. sp. 8; Borneo," or similar. Calling it "D. spatulata Borneo 8" may be misleading, IMO. I would either go with the old code name in its entirety or drop it altogether.

    Expect a second D. paradoxa clone Monday.

    I don't know if I posted a pic or not, but one of my D. capillaris "Pasco Giant" x rotundifolia "EverGrow" has gone crestate:


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    WOW forbes [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/new/smile_k_ani_32.gif[/img]

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