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Sundews

Posted by ken2256 5b (My Page) on
Mon, Jul 29, 13 at 10:13

my first batch of drosera capensis seeds have just started to sprout this morning, now hopefully all gos well, and i can pot these up in a few weeks.


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I hope all goes well! Where did you get the seeds?


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I got them from a seller on ebay, cheap too ;-) thanks


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I just ordered a sundew plant on line. What should I do to ensure the plant's successful transition when it gets here. It says it is potted in a 3" pot.


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What KIND of sundew? There are tropical and temperate types.


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set the pot in a saucer with about 3/4 in of distilled water, put it in a sunny window, the cape sundews i got in the mail took about 2-3 months to adapt to new environment.but now they have both sent up flower stocks.and looking like normal sundews with lots of dew on leafs


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My bad, missed the type. Ken is correct.


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