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    Can you do leaf cuttings of D. rotundifolia like you can with D. capensis? Thanks,
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    You certainly can, but even better: the arms forming the hibernacula may be taken and treated much like pygmy Drosera gemmae towards the end of dormancy with very good strike rate.
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    The first leaf cutting I took with my D. rotundifolia had 6 plantlets growing off of one leaf.
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    Thats awesome! Thank you.
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    I have d X obovata that struck 9 plantlets. (D X obovata is a d. anglica, d. rotundifolia cross in nature.
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