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Old 8th August 2008, 11:47 AM
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Drosera whittakerii ssp whittakerii

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Drosera zonaria

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Drosera erythrorhiza ssp collina. Sorry to say this plant has pass on

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Non Tuberous Drosera hamintonii. Found with Cephalotus.
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I like the colouration on whittakerii ssp whittakerii. But still zonaria is so unique.
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One thing aobut the scented sundew. No two look the same in the wild. Colour range through the reds and oranges as well alba forms and form where the flowers have been replace by peltata (Killer flowers!)
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May I know how your Hamiltonii is doing and how you are keeping them? I just got one from Japan, doesn't look like it's doing anything yet, still acclimitizing maybe. The Filiformis that I got with it is already showing growths.

I did a search for caresheets already but would appreciate your first hand experience. Potting mix, light, water, etc. They don't really dew do they?

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Old 8th August 2008, 04:20 PM
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Drosera hamiltonii is a shade house plant, like Cephalotus it like cool roots. Use standard 50 / 50 mix. I find a 4 or 5" allow the laterial roots to form new plants. Under right conditions it will dew up. I find it like more shade than it other WA counterparts. Stand in water. They do come from perment swamps.
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Cool! Very very important information there! So maybe partial shade, and wants moisture. Will try to give it that, and then hopefully I can see it dew

Thanks very much!

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So unique
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Old 10th August 2008, 12:23 AM
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Time for more photos

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Possibly the first Drosera cultivar. Drosera binata cv. "Marston's Dragon

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Not the best Photo, Drosera macrantha ssp eremea

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Drosera rosulata. Another I loss

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Drosera rupicola 'Green Form'
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I'm a fan of the rupicola. Recently acquired one for myself.
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