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MikeB wrote:The second pic is my Drosera x 'Dreamsicle'. I bought it a couple years ago, and it has already created 8-10 offshoots.Drosera create offshoots? My Drosera intermedia suddenly had another growth point that was too big to be a seedling and I was wondering how it got there.
sanguinearocks101 wrote: ↑Sat May 09, 2020 6:56 pmDrosera create offshoots? My Drosera intermedia suddenly had another growth point that was too big to be a seedling and I was wondering how it got there.D. filiformis, D. tracyi, and their hybrids are big on sprouting offshoots: First the original plant makes offshoots, then the offshoots make offshoots, and you end up with a whole herd of them in the pot.
MikeB wrote: I keep my plants outside all year round, so it's "go dormant or die".Right there with you, Mike. I don't like plants that require special care.
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