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Thread: False Vivipary VFT

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    It's a fairly common occurance. I see it well established Dionaea, Drosera and Heliamphora in my collection from time to time.

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    You get false vivipiary on helis? Wow haven't seen that before, now that's cool lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by SFLguy View Post
    You get false vivipiary on helis? Wow haven't seen that before, now that's cool lol
    Yeah, I actually see it the most in Heliamphora.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cthulhu138 View Post
    Yeah, I actually see it the most in Heliamphora.
    Have you potted them up? Do they have a good rooting rate?

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    I've never tried rooting any.

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    Hmm I wonder if it would work, I haven't heard of people trying leaf pullings of helis so maybe they wouldn't root at all

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    No idea. I've had single leaf, rootless divisions take root for me a few times. Might be possible.

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    Wow thats super interesting, do u mind if i share this photo with the kids in my program ? I dont think ive ever seen this happen on a VFT. We do have a drosera spathulata that is doing this from one of its flower stalks growing 2 tiny rosettes from the top where the flowers should be! I wish i had a photo to post ill have to take one tomorrow and post it here!! Really cool, thanks for sharing

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