Got me a sundew mystery mix on eBay which contained surprisingly fresh seeds, most of them sprouted within a week. One of the plants which looks like the attached image grows very fast, can you help me what type it is?
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I harvested some seed from my Drosera burmannii on May 9th, 2016. The plant is all green, even the tentacles, although growing in halfway decent light ( bright enough to color up the hitchhiking Sundew in that pot ). The flower is a light pink. I've posted photos of this plant and its flower on...
CP Water Germination Experiment
Phase 1 tropical & subtropical species, mostly Drosera
When I decided to restart my CP collection I had some seeds stored in my refrigerator for up to 17 years. Some were from the ICPS seedbank and some were from my old collection in the mid to...
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Ok Up for bid is a mystery dew. I'm not really a dew expert so I'll tell you what I know about it. I believe this to be a Mexican variety. It's medium sized, and very dark in color. Almost a blood purplish red color.
In addition to your mystery...
Drosera slackii #2 - Robert Gibson called the plant "A Living Jewell from South Africa"
This South African rosetted sundew is distinctive for it's guitar shaped leaves with co**** red hairs on the the undersides. While this plant is rather easy to grow it is difficult to find the conditions...
For bid is one rooted division from the cluster in the photo. This division is healthy, rooted and growing independently as it was divided some time ago. This is said to be one of the easier species to grow of the Petiolaris sundew group but it still appreciates higher temperatures and humidity...
Drosera slackii - Robert Gibson called the plant "A Living Jewell from South Africa"
This South African rosetted sundew is distinctive for it's guitar shaped leaves with co**** red hairs on the the undersides. While this plant is rather easy to grow it is difficult to find the conditions in...
Hey all, I have been reading about d. Binata. I like them, but I've seen photos of specimens the size of a small bush and I do not have room for a sundew the size of a small bush in my house during winter. Is it possible that during winter I could trim the sundew down to its hibernaculum and...
Hello, I have been interested in possibly getting a Drosera Regia. I have kept vft's and nepenthes with success, but this would be my first sundew. What's their care like? Watering lighting etc. Do they need a dormancy?
I wanted to wait before I said anything concrete, but as I ended up trading away most of my test subjects, it looks like things are on hold for awhile until the next batch of seedlings are large enough, and anyone who knows me, knows that I can be impatient with certain things...
So last long weekend I decided to plant a whole bunch of seeds, mixed sundews including capes, tokaiensis, aliciae, omissa, burmannii, filiformis, dreamsicle, some vft seeds and utricularia as well. Today I was inspecting each pot individually and I noticed on the vft seeds at the very tip of...
From memory- additions will be common!
Rubra ssp. Gulfensis
Hurricane creek white
"Mike Wang AxB"
Mixed seeds and seedlings
Lots of typical
Venus fly traps
FTS Showgun Star
Bunch of typicals and seedlings
Hamata x Platychila
N x Ventrata
N x Hookeriana
Spathulata x Robcantleyi
Burbidgeae x Campanulata
Campanulata x Robcantleyi
I have seen a few posts about Pygmy sundew gemmae lately, was wondering if anyone out there currently has any for trade or whatever. Mostly I have Aldrovanda and some other aquatics. Though I also have a bit of a sprawling noid orchid that I was told had orange flowers. Or Stapelia or...
New England has had a few hot days recently, but I didn't think much of it until today. I looked at the bog tray and saw a forked leaf sundew unfurling a pair of new leaves. One of my VFTs appears to be doing the same. I cracked open a window and the room rapidly dropped to a reasonable dormancy...
I'm interested in getting some stapeliae, but I'm not familiar of their care (or even succulent care for that matter!). It mostly seems that during the winter, they are "dormant", although I don't know if it is a true dormancy or if they just slow down their growth. Because of this, I should...