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    D. 'Albino' Repotting Sale!! $1.49ea

    Hello everyone! Please see below for details on the sale. This would be a good time to pick up that Thank You Membership you've been considering too! Many payment options available including Amazon, Apple Pay, PayPal, and others.
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    If you're looking for the regularly available potted plant, find it here: http://www.flytrapshop.com/collectio...drosera-albino

    Pick up a few, this sale won't last!
    https://www.flytrapshop.com/collecti...repotting-sale

    This listing is for D. 'Albino' plants which have popped up in my Sarracenia pots which need to be repotted so I decided to offer them here at a discounted rate and shipped bare root so they'll move fast! Some of these will be full size but most will not be, BUT I'm not going to ship you tiny seedlings either. Please contact me if you have any questions regarding this sale before purchasing. Also, I'm running low on smaller boxes, so shipping may be delayed while I await more boxes if demand is high.

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    Drosera 'Albino' (some call it Drosera capensis var. alba) is a great starter carnivorous plant. Different from the typical and "All Red" forms because of it's green leaves and only a slight pink to the dew drops when receiving intense lighting. The flowers are also white verses the normal red or pink of D. capensis. A great contrast to be by either of the others! Known for being easy to grow and flower. Plant self seeds so you can soon have many many more. Drosera 'Albino' can catch fairly large insects such as moths and house flies. It also commonly completely wraps around its live prey over night.
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    Admin- I'm growing CPs in the Desert of Tucson, Az. adnedarn's Avatar
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    I've been collecting a lot (see photo) of seed during this, if you would like a pack for free with your order, please mention it in the notes section. It is mostly of this same Drosera, but there were a couple D. binata, D. filiformis, D. capensis (typical and wide leaf), and other random Drosera tossed in. I will also post a photo of some of the plants that went out for a better idea of what to expect.

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    I ordered these and shipping was FAST. They came perfectly packed. I was surprised at how big and healthy they are. Some even had dew on them. Jean


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    Hey Jean! Thanks for your order and taking the time to leave a review on the store and stop by here too. I'm not sure if you noticed in the final delivery email, leaving a review earns you some free Thank You Membership! I'll get your account updated right now.
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    Thanks so much!


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    I received mine today. Amazing long roots and thank you for the extra seeds


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    Plants arrived quick and with long roots. Thank you for the plentiful amount of seeds, starting a carnivorous plant club so they will go a long way.

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    @t9gear Thanks for the kind words, toss a quick review on the product page and I'd love to give you some free membership

    @awilson3 Thanks for stopping in and letting me know here and in the store, I'll toss some Thank You Membership on your account!
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