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    ah ok thanks everyone!
    bobz, I was spelling it right but google images didn't come up with anything.
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    I wouldn't trust the plant to survive Canadian winters Carl. Mine have pulled through a freeze or two, but they didn't appreciate it. I would treat this as a semitropical.
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    Nuts! Okay well then maybe only one pot, just to see (I have SO many of them I am starting to contemplate killing a few of them by "accident" dar it!!)
    Thanks T.D. since we share latitudes, I am always much appreciative of advice from you Bro!!
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    Sure, why not try the experiment! Tell me if you notice anything like incipient hibernacula forming: as the cold weather progressed I sort of noted a tendency to that. I also noted this tendency in the Northernmost populations of Drosera capillaris, and not the long arm form either. I wonder if there isn't some relationship with D. rotundifolia in them as well.
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