Cool whip! Start spreading the seed (in a month or so)!
Because of legal grounds i can not send seeds to the U.S. Drosera ramentacea is already grown in the U.S. With a bit of luck and a lot of patience you may find a plant sooner or later.
Looks a bit like a capensis...
Christian, is it a protected species?
Drosera ramentacea is most likely a (natural) Hybrid of Drosera hilaris and Drosera glabripes. It is only found where these two plants grow together.
I don't know if this species is protected or not. But, as far as i know it is not allowed to send seeds from Germany to the U.S.
Alright, thanks. Hmmm, must try to cross...
Nice pics BTW, especially like the last one [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/new/smile.gif[/img]
Thanks for sharing Christian! That's quite an eye-catching plant. I certainly hope it becomes more common in cultivation... Perhaps some of our more experienced State-side growers will attempt to reproduce the cross.
I've read that galibripes is a finicky grower. Have you had any difficulty with this one (or galibripes, for that matter?)
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