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    Love the montana[Edit: don't forget that without the genus name, it is not a species name, D. montana var. tomentosa]




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    I'll chime in with the rest and say nice looking D. montana var. tomentosa. You will have to point it out to me again sometime. The D. alicia's[Edit: don't forget the final "e", and species names are already plural and singular as is, no need to change their spelling, D. aliciae] also look very cool.




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    Quote[/b] ]You will have to point it out to me again sometime.
    Yeah, its hiding in the back of one of my Drosera trays. It's the only D. montana that I have.

    Anyone know how to propogate D. montana? I suppose I could research this, but I'm a slacker at the moment.

    -Homer

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    Nice plants Homer! [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/new/smile.gif[/img]
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    Homer,
    Very nice job of cultivation. I personally get much enjoyment viewing other people's plants, even if it is just in photos. It is good to see that there are other plants of the same species as mine and sometimes species I don't have, out there somewhere.
    Joseph Clemens
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