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    Thanks for the input, folks!

    Thanks for the input, folks!
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    Gemmae, I presume?

    So I've had my Drosera pulchella for two or three years now and this is the first time they're producing what appears to be gemmae. So 3 Qs"?:

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    1) Am I correct these are gemmae?

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    Couple possible reasons. 1) If the fluids were...

    Couple possible reasons.
    1) If the fluids were a defense against fungi like powdery mildew or other organisms which flourish under high humidity conditions, it would be most efficient to produce...
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    Very nice! I like it!

    Very nice! I like it!
  5. Very nice!

    Very nice!
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    cute lil devil

    cute lil devil
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    Very nice, Paul!

    Very nice, Paul!
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    Nope. That one is not a ping.

    Nope. That one is not a ping.
  9. Give Away (I'd use the word "garrulous", personally. j/k :D...

    (I'd use the word "garrulous", personally. j/k :D )
  10. Give Away 1. DragonsEye -- neat ... haven't tried this one...

    1. DragonsEye -- neat ... haven't tried this one before
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    Will you be keeping him until he dies or allowing...

    Will you be keeping him until he dies or allowing him to go free and try to find a mate?
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    Hmm, looks like a member of the Allosaurus clade....

    Hmm, looks like a member of the Allosaurus clade. Maybe it will defend your plants from furry vermin or the white cotton kind. ;)
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    That is indeed odd. Of the two, Dark Waters...

    That is indeed odd.

    Of the two, Dark Waters is always the redder, IME. I have never seen one that didn't possess fiery red flowers. Scheherazade, on the other hand, produces flowers that are...
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    Ah. Probably not too terribly far from me nor...

    Ah. Probably not too terribly far from me nor one of the other members then. :)
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    :wave: So where in the Great White North are...

    :wave:

    So where in the Great White North are you?
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    Poll: Drosera Andromeda 4718 Was afraid I had...

    Drosera Andromeda

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    Was afraid I had lost it over the winter but sometime in February it started making a comeback. The two newer leaves are each about the size of a quarter.
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    Don't know what that second one is Mike, but I...

    Don't know what that second one is Mike, but I like it!
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    I do rather wonder if this is simply true across...

    I do rather wonder if this is simply true across the board for any vft, or if it is a case of tolerance/cold dormancy variation across the population. In which case, those vfts which are not as...
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    Very nice flower on that!

    Very nice flower on that!
  20. Thread: New tillies

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    Thez, you could always experiment on one of the...

    Thez, you could always experiment on one of the duplicates, but I really would be very hesitant to use any kind of oil on a tillie. Tillies -- particularly the silvery ones are full sun plants. ...
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    Can't speak for vft or sarr seeds, but with the...

    Can't speak for vft or sarr seeds, but with the Drosera I have done, I have always had the best results when I put the pots outside in the sun. Don't know if the heat was helpful or even the UV...
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    Some nice shrubbery there, m'dear!

    Some nice shrubbery there, m'dear!
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    impressive detail on some of those. Like Bob,...

    impressive detail on some of those. Like Bob, I'd have to say those strike me as strictly "runway" fare. Still neat to see in any event.
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    "And secondly, this is Rebel! He's a bull snake...

    "And secondly, this is Rebel! He's a bull snake whose ancestry is from the region around Abilene, Texas, and as he grows up he's supposed to turn somewhere between brick and terra cotta red"

    That...
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    That begs the question: what kind of heat packs...

    That begs the question: what kind of heat packs are they using? For winter shipments to the "Great White North", 72hr heat packs are often the only smart way to go. And even then, if there is a...
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