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Old 9th June 2011, 03:40 PM
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Default Flower of pygmy drosera

Just to share picture of D. x lake badgerup taken 2weeks ago. I think they have developed gemmae, just don't hv time to collect and plant.



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Old 9th June 2011, 08:24 PM
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That is nice...

If you can give it more light. Yours plant will be more red and it will be dammmmmmm nice!!!!!!
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Agree.
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Old 10th June 2011, 10:44 PM
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Sunlight is luxury item at my balcony. And best spot already taken by VFTs. Right now is considered better season already with sunlight extended till ~1pm. 1st half of the year only until 11-12pm.
Anyway, already secured a place with full sunlight, verbal agreement. Need some time to setup basic structures. Will start to relocate sarras, vfts and droseras once ready.
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Default Re: Flower of pygmy drosera

I figured I'd continue on this thread, rather than start a new one.

Here are my D. x lake badgerup:







I've had these for several years, and they've done surprisingly well considering that they never seem to catch anything and have never been repotted.

One thing I've noticed is that it seems that the older plants which start to form stems develop multiple growing points and eventually split into separate plants. This is great for me since I always seem to miss the chance to harvest the gemmae when they are most viable.

@alpiner: How did you get such a beautiful macro shot of the flower? Mine always seem to be out of focus.
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