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  1. Hey Scotty, Very happy to hear that you just...

    Hey Scotty,
    Very happy to hear that you just GAVE AWAY such a potentially valuable specimen, thereby demonstrating an immunity to the hypnocratic methodology used to separate egoplantonomics from...
  2. wwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwooooooooooooowwwwwwwwwwwwww...

    wwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwooooooooooooowwwwwwwwwwwwwwww!!!!! Gold star for your forehead good sir!!!
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    A quick note on Drosera capensis "red Form":...

    A quick note on Drosera capensis "red Form": excessive UV does not profit the growth in this form...it encourages deep coloration at the expense of overall size.
  4. Thanks for the update!

    Thanks for the update!
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    Very nice indeed, a happy sight in winter for...

    Very nice indeed, a happy sight in winter for sure!
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    Masterfully done!

    Masterfully done!
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    Very happy for you Lois! Now, you can do it just...

    Very happy for you Lois! Now, you can do it just for the love!
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    I would advise against trying to encourage...

    I would advise against trying to encourage dormancy! From my experience dormancy in the Petiolaris Complex is a response to adverse growing conditions, not requried as with the temperate Drosera...
  9. Hmmmm, I must say this is a touchy thread! I can...

    Hmmmm, I must say this is a touchy thread! I can add some comments here regarding cultivar level publication rules in general...although I haven't read this publication. Consider that the most...
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    I had good success with an almost aquatic set up,...

    I had good success with an almost aquatic set up, double potted so the water was a few cm beneath the substrate. Used a base sump of redwoood mulch and pure live sphag run thru the food processor. ...
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    Very nice advice Brian! Considering the woodland...

    Very nice advice Brian! Considering the woodland nature of this species, the loose medium makes a lot of sense. I had the best results in a similar medium as yours, although I added some leaf...
  12. Very happy plants, thanks for sharing! You know,...

    Very happy plants, thanks for sharing! You know, Drosera brevifolia is soooo sensitive to fungal problems, it's always refreshing to see such perfect rosettes. If you can grow this species this...
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    I got the BEST Christmas present ever!!! I...

    I got the BEST Christmas present ever!!! I called my son to widh him a Merry and he told me I'm going to be a Granpa!!! I'm in shock. Santa, you really came through this year!!!!
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    Only that they are happy under your care!

    Only that they are happy under your care!
  15. Jim, Is that Drosera binata flowering sized in...

    Jim,
    Is that Drosera binata flowering sized in that photo, and does it maintain the simple bifurcation when mature? Is this the NZ clone?
    I'm looking for a stable "non multifada" type, and they are...
  16. I found that even in a terrarium with long day...

    I found that even in a terrarium with long day lighting, my NZ clones all go dormant in October. This species has a remarkable sensitivity to changes verring off from optimal, and is prone to go...
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    As I recall, there were a number of pygs that...

    As I recall, there were a number of pygs that flowered at the darkest part of the year, and also did it in the long days of summer. I also got gemmae from some of them during the longest days of...
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    Probably someone trying to keep the plants in...

    Probably someone trying to keep the plants in $hort $upply! It's really nice to see this particular species getting around, IMO one of the most beautiful of the genus!
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    I grew my first plants in 1965 and it's been on...

    I grew my first plants in 1965 and it's been on and off over the decades.
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    Congratulations and good luck....I never was able...

    Congratulations and good luck....I never was able to get mine to flower. I look forward to the flower photos!
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    Utricularia are invasive indeed, and without...

    Utricularia are invasive indeed, and without attention collections can go very awry. The best method I found for species purity is frequent restarts, and never depend on a single pot.

    Plants...
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    One way of telling Utricularia arnaria is from...

    One way of telling Utricularia arnaria is from it's fertile seed pods...I don't recall my U. bisquamata forming these without assist. It may be the smaller form of U. bisquamata, but I have also...
  23. Sympatric with Heliamphora are the Drosera native...

    Sympatric with Heliamphora are the Drosera native to the Tepui's. These are fussy plants in general, but appreciate the same considerations as Heliamphora...if you can find them, that is!

    There...
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    I would suggest a mix of peat/silica sand vs the...

    I would suggest a mix of peat/silica sand vs the one you're using. If the plant thats turning black looks dead in the center, you can take root cuttings, place on sphagnum moss in sealed conditions,...
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    Just a few comments regarding gemmae formation. I...

    Just a few comments regarding gemmae formation. I have never experimented in minimal daylength, and this is a good question for experiment. I hope you will continue to update with what you learn...
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