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D. Burmanii


D. Spatulata from someone


D. Spatulata from David

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Reply #1 on Feb 29, 2008, 9:17am
Nice community pot you have there, ie. the spatulata and pings. The burmanii picture is not very clear. What is it that the plant is digesting on the right hand side leave? Just curious.

Maybe I'll start planting a small CP garden with a few species of Sundews, Ping and ultri in a pot. Looks good like that.
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Reply #2 on Feb 29, 2008, 12:11pm
nice sundews, Casey....r u using a camera phone ? that would explain the clarity issue. if u r using a digicam, then i would suggest trying to focus it more....happy growing...
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Reply #3 on Feb 29, 2008, 12:34pm
David, that is unknown moss.

Terance, paiseh... Im using digital camera

need to capture more photo.

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Reply #4 on Feb 29, 2008, 1:24pm
Casey: no need to paiseh...practice more. i think i was worse than this when i started taking CP photos. despite the clarity issue, the CPs look healthy & happy. congrats....

where`s Edwin ? that fella quiet only these few days. he is building up his collection silently is it ? heheh.
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Reply #5 on Feb 29, 2008, 3:27pm
caseyhoo, maybe you can try looking for a macro function (a flower symbol) in your digital camera. the plants might be too small and your cam's auto focus function are not focusing at the correct length.
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Reply #6 on Mar 1, 2008, 7:49am
Thanx...

Will try it again and against...

oh ya, I read from somewhere said that if sundew receive too many light and they are red, their growing speed will slow down, it is true?
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Reply #7 on Mar 1, 2008, 8:19am
i do not think it is true, but then i've not tried it. Anyway except for certain species, i think it is almost impossible to give sundews too much light.
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Reply #8 on Mar 1, 2008, 8:27am
hongrui, I thought most of sundew need a lots of light?
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Reply #9 on Mar 1, 2008, 2:30pm
I expose my sundew from sun rise to sun set!
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Reply #10 on Mar 1, 2008, 3:29pm
i did say that i think it is almost impossible to give sundews too much light right?
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Reply #11 on Mar 3, 2008, 9:10am
Casey : yes, sundews needs maximum sunlight exposure. which was what hongrui was saying. happy growing them !
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Reply #12 on Mar 3, 2008, 5:15pm
poor english, and understand it wrongly

thanx for reply...

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Reply #13 on Mar 3, 2008, 5:52pm
it`s ok, hongrui tends to twist his english a bit. sometimes even i go like huh, what is that fella saying ? haha. ( hongrui: don`t angry yah ? )

the important thing is that we managed to get the message across : sundew = maximum sunlite for most types.

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caseyhoo: no worries. like tarence said, as long as we got the correct message across.

tarence: heh heh i'll have hostages with me hor. hahaha

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Reply #15 on Mar 3, 2008, 11:54pm
Hi Guys... My D.Binata Var Multifida. Seem like flowering but before i see the flower the whole stack of the flower turn into black (die). Sorry i already cut it off forget to take picture to show you guys. Now my plants seem like flowering now. what step should i take to make sure it not die again. Thanks for viewing. By the way how to add Picture inside here. sorry newbie here....
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as for your binata var multifida...mebbe the plant isn`t strong enough to put out a flower stalk successfully ( it tried but failed ) or during the flower formation, there was lack of moisture. i snip off my flower stalks as i`m told they won`t seed & might weaken the plant considerably. my binata T form collapsed after flowering & i was afraid of the same thing happening again.

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Reply #17 on Mar 4, 2008, 10:37pm
Oh I see.. Thanks Tarence.
i will try to observe make sure it won't spoil my whole plants,..

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Reply #19 on Mar 11, 2008, 12:19am
clearer photo of my D. Burmanii


D.filiformis from leaf cutting... Thanx boss


D. adelae

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Wow! Nice adelae. Like the resish colouration on the leaves. Your adelae leaves seems more erect than mine. Yours grown outdoors under direct sun?
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Yes, I grow them ontop of my mail box that receive 4 ~ 5 hours of direct sunlight. All my CPs grow at the same condition.

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Reply #22 on Mar 28, 2008, 9:40am
Some of my D. burmanni that grow from seeds

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Reply #23 on May 28, 2008, 9:57pm
D. paradoxa



Terance, I had put a name tag beside of it for size comparison.

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D. burmanii bb

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Nice drosera
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1. D. binata var. multifida f. extrema flower
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Beautiful drosera. like the flower.
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unknown Pygmy from cosmoking (Long time ago...)
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Anyone know what is the Pygmy ID??? Thanx...

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The Pygmy producing gammae?
It is confirm that is gammae... I just harvest and replant them... And there is around 20 of them...

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