I have for giveaway some packets of Drosera Capensis typical seeds. If you want some, put your name on the list then PM me for the address you'll send the SASE to. Each packet contains about this much seed:
USA only please
I have 19 packets to giveaway.
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I have two extra drosera capensis plants im willing to trade out. They are flowering size with ~4 inch leaf span from base to tip.
my grow list is:
Drosera capensis typical
I have 7 packets of drosera capensis typical seeds to give away.
15 flowers worth of seed spread into 8 parts, you'll get 1 part.
If anyone is interested add your name to the list. Ill then pm you the address you have to send your SASE to.
I have another question.
I was wondering what these tentacle things growing out of the flower stalk are. (its a cape sundew)
How common, or uncommon, are these, and have you ever seen these on your plants?
Heres a picture.
and a zoomed picture.
It doesnt look like typical sphagnum moss to me. It has leaves that arent holding a visible amount of water and has short stems. Ive seen pictures online where entire pots are filled with this. So is it a strange species of sphagnum or some kind of weed moss?
Im wondering what could cause my cape sundews leaf tips to start pointing down and not making dew.
The other parts of the leaf look fine.
Temperatures are between 85-60 degrees *fahrenheit. Humidity 20-50%. light doesn't seem to be the problem because its still making red tentacles. I did...