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Thriving Garden

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Hello everyone! There are a few good things going on at the moment, the one I feel most excited about is that Mordecai (my bedridden drosera venusta) has begun it's new life! There is a small leafling growing in the empty pot where sphagnum moss has begun to thrive in my terrarium. Gweneveire and Beauregard are thriving at the moment. They are beginning to spread across my terrarium as we speak. For those of you who don't know, Gweneveire and Beauregard are a small bundle of drosera spatulata 'frasier island form' and drosera capensis 'alba'. The root cutting that I removed from Vladimir has yet to sprout which I find a bit disappointing. I was hoping that I could have a successful baby VFT growing, but I'm new to this. When I first received Lorraine and Radcliffe, they weren't in that great of a condition (neither was Gweneveire and Beauregard mind you) Radcliffe has many sticky pads available to him now. He is yet another drosera spatulata 'frasier island form' received in a postal mishap. Lorraine is dying I think...Before she completely disappears from her lovely place I might have to transplant her to a pot for safe keeping. I hope she gaines her health back soon.  I'm thinking of ordering a butterwort soon. it would be a nice addition to my terrarium. I guess I will just have to wait and see how my money situation works out. I have a bit of money in my bank account, but it might be spent on concert garb or something of the sort. If you would like to see photos of my babies of late, please follow the link:


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