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OK, here are some pics of slightly rarer drosera I recently received that have started recover well. They are still new and far from mature plants:

First, D. neocalidonica. The origianl rosette kinda went dormant on me, but this offshoot grew, and now the original one looks like it might perk up again:
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Next D. montana - tomentosa:
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Here's D. gransaui. This is a delicate dew that I didn't think would recover, but it did with no problems:
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Here's D. oblanceolata:
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And finally, a new D. madagascariensis that's growing from a leaf cutting. I've found this an easy species to grow and make cuttings from:
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Absolutely beautiful dews, great pics and i just drool everytime i see D. montana - tomentosa i am surely gona get me one in the near future..
Thanks for sharring with us Capslock, wonderful pics and plants!!!!
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Quote[/b] (Capslock @ Nov. 17 2005,7:32)]Whoops! Sorry for the typo! D. granTsaui it is! I have it labeled right, I just typed it wrong there.

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I thought so
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You don't seem to be the kind of person to make many if at all any mistakes, especially when growing plants!

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