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    VFT blooms

    One of the more normal cultivars:


    And Korean Melody Shark - even the blooms are stretched out:


    Guess who's making seed again this year

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    Whoa - neat blooms! Makes me want to try a couple VFTs again.

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    An indoor plant (for now) flowered with some rather slender petals recently
    Dionaea muscipula by Hawken Carlton, on Flickr
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    Not a bloom, but the plant the bloom above came from
    Dionaea "typical" by Hawken Carlton, on Flickr
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