Drosera Binata var. Multifida Extrema - MASSIVE DEW/LEAF!

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Re: Drosera Binata var. Multifida Extrema - MASSIVE DEW/LEAF

by Nauz » Wed Oct 18, 2017 4:45 am

Sakaaaaa wrote:
Nauz wrote:Looks dead
Nauz wrote:Looks dead

It doesnt. The red is a healthy red and binata tends to droop because of the weight of the tentacles


Nah his plants always look dead. But it’s all sarcasm because I know him. :)

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Re: Drosera Binata var. Multifida Extrema - MASSIVE DEW/LEAF

by Bob Beer » Thu Oct 19, 2017 7:00 am

tannerm wrote:
Bob Beer wrote:That looks great! A perfect fruit fly broom. :-)


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haha. Exactly!


We have a city Food waste composting program; during the summer the outdoor compost can can get pretty ripe, and the fruit flies appear in droves. I just take a sundew and swipe it through the air a couple of times, and end up with 30 or so stuck to the leaves!




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Re: Drosera Binata var. Multifida Extrema - MASSIVE DEW/LEAF

by tannerm » Thu Oct 19, 2017 1:12 pm

Bob Beer wrote:
tannerm wrote:
Bob Beer wrote:That looks great! A perfect fruit fly broom. :-)


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haha. Exactly!


We have a city Food waste composting program; during the summer the outdoor compost can can get pretty ripe, and the fruit flies appear in droves. I just take a sundew and swipe it through the air a couple of times, and end up with 30 or so stuck to the leaves!




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Haha. Awesome - which species?


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Re: Drosera Binata var. Multifida Extrema - MASSIVE DEW/LEAF

by Bhart90 » Thu Oct 19, 2017 7:55 pm

god that's badass
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Re: Drosera Binata var. Multifida Extrema - MASSIVE DEW/LEAF

by riveraXVX » Thu Oct 19, 2017 8:04 pm

officially added one of these to my wishlist now haha

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Re: Drosera Binata var. Multifida Extrema - MASSIVE DEW/LEAF

by PitBulMom » Thu Oct 19, 2017 11:20 pm

Wow!!!! Beautiful!
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YES!!!! Spring is HERE!!! Time to get growing!

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Re: Drosera Binata var. Multifida Extrema - MASSIVE DEW/LEAF

by Bob Beer » Fri Oct 20, 2017 2:56 am

binata multifida, capensis, serpens and spiralis. But binata multifida is the densest and most effective. Still, serpens is not to be sneezed at.


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Re: Drosera Binata var. Multifida Extrema - MASSIVE DEW/LEAF

by tannerm » Fri Oct 20, 2017 3:15 am

Bob Beer wrote:binata multifida, capensis, serpens and spiralis. But binata multifida is the densest and most effective. Still, serpens is not to be sneezed at.


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Rad! I love CPs


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