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Old 11th December 2010, 01:03 AM
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Default Re: how to grow drosera burmannii

I was away from forum for a while, nice to see that Bactrus is back and active.

I guess what Bactrus means is that Burmanii is "native" to Malaysia, coz part of South East Asia, so anyway info is still correct about Malaysian weather.

Burmanii seems to be quite easy to take care off, it's just that as they are annuals, you have to eventually start from seeds again after a year or so, just like Byblis Liniflora. But anyway they are quite cool plants to have, so yes I put up with them being annuals.

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