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intermedia large form

Posted by dranomax (My Page) on
Sun, Sep 16, 07 at 21:27

I was wondering if anyone else owns this plant, the intermedia large form. These are a temperate drosera, right? So it will need dormancy.

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RE: intermedia large form

Hello dranomax,

The larger form of this plant (2 1/2 inches across) is found in North Carolina, so would be a temeprate. It will require dormancy as a Venus flytrap.

RE: intermedia large form

I used to have one! It finally died:

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RE: intermedia large form

I had one a long time ago too. Neat plants.

RE: intermedia large form

Do they like full sun or shade? And how wet should there soil be? Thanks!

RE: intermedia large form

They like lotsa light and they can grow waterlogged. But they also do just fine, open tray, and oughta be outside. They also need a dormancy.

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