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By fluffy123
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Image Drosera Intermedia hibernaculum with dead leaves moved away from bud to reduce fungus and mold disease.


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By fluffy123
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Image Every winter, my Temperate Sundews and Northern Purple Pitcher Plant get frozen, but it won’t harm them, because in their hative habitats, they experience arctic air and snow.


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Image Pot of Drosera Intermedia seedlings frozen and hibernacula surrounded with leaves from last growing season. I will be cutting them off on March or April 2020.


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Image The Northern form of Drosera intermedia forms brown hibernacula during Autumn. It’s not dead, it is actually alive. Make sure the winter resting buds are firm to the touch.


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Image Some hibernacula are hidden because they match the same green color as live moss or under soil level.


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Image These Drosera Intermedia hibernacula are in a big pot. On springtime, I will transfer them to a smaller pot.Image


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By 1cashew
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Back in October, I think, I did three leaf cuttings from the remaining live leaves around the hiburnuculum of my Drosera Intermedia. Here is the progeny.
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