- Sep 5, 2011
- Vancouver, Washington State, US
Such "woolly" goodness!
Ha! Thanks, DJ!
You have some very nice plants there! You should try to get ahold of a Drosera derbyensis though. It's the wooliest of the wooly sundews, but I understand it can be hard to get ahold of a true pure species specimen in the US.
Thanks, Nimbulan! Which is the most woolly is probably a matter of opinion, I am thinking. Compared side by side I find D. broomensis woollier but another with the same view might disagree. It's worth noting that I re-edited the last photo as I didn't think the earlier version showed the mass of wool as well as it might've.
Watch out trying to seperate broomensis. Those things hold on for dear life. Most species in the complex easily seperate but I had to get out a razor blade to divide my broomensis.
I am looking forward to being able to separate crowns on this one but so far it is resolutely one-headed. Thanks for the warning.
They are SO beautiful!
Thank you, Jim!