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Old 4th November 2011, 05:23 PM
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i grow D. nidiformis from seeds,some is currently having flower(purple in colour) hopefully they will have the strain to overcome the heat

cheng get most of her drosera from me(after i giving her a FC D.adelae)
currently she having drosera paradoxa, binata, filiformis, intermedia"cuba", burmannii, nidformis
i think she had already stabilise most of them, since she keep asking more drosera more drosera from me, uuh..
Hehe. Will probably buy a Nep from you too! <3 Keep the sundews coming!
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Old 5th November 2011, 06:22 AM
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I am from South Africa where these plants come from. They grow in wet mountain regions with bright light and low heat. I have attached a photo of my D Capensis growing in full sun, about 28deg C at the moment and you can notice the leaf tip burn. Soon I will move them into cooler area with less heat. If your plant is D Capensis, move the plant indoors with less light and heat and keep moist. The plant will grow fast with floppy leafs and green in color, but at least it will survive. Then you can easily take leaf cuttings to preserve the plant.
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Old 5th November 2011, 12:32 PM
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I am from South Africa where these plants come from. They grow in wet mountain regions with bright light and low heat. I have attached a photo of my D Capensis growing in full sun, about 28deg C at the moment and you can notice the leaf tip burn. Soon I will move them into cooler area with less heat. If your plant is D Capensis, move the plant indoors with less light and heat and keep moist. The plant will grow fast with floppy leafs and green in color, but at least it will survive. Then you can easily take leaf cuttings to preserve the plant.
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Wow! Nice D. Capensis you have there! Thank you for the advice. Did pretty much what I can. *crosses finger for it to survive*
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