Drosera Scorpioides is a pygmy drosera; most species of pygmy drosera originate from locations such as western Australia. They have a 'dormancy' period in the summer and have a single, fragile root that buries deep into the soil. Because of this long root repotting is not recommended and flowers usually fail to produce seed. Stem and root cuttings do not work either so the only way to expand your collection of Drosera Scorpioides is via gemmae. Gemmae are produced during the wet season and can be propagated by gently removing them from the adult plant and sowing them onto wet media (a peat based soil is recommended with the addition of perlite or silica sand).
My collection of adult Drosera Scorpioides has produced a huge excess of gemmae that I would like to rehome, the gemmae will be sent out in wet paper towels folded gently and placed into bags. The gemmae should be sown as soon as they arrive so make sure you have suitable pots (preferably at least 4 inches in depth) and media available.
Remember, repotting germinated Drosera Scorpioides is a risky business so be sure to use a pot that you wish the plants to stay in for the rest of their lives. Try to sow each gemmae at least 1 cm apart to prevent overcrowding. The wider the pot, the better.
I can't really say how many gemmae I'll pack into each bag but they'll be harvested at a maximum of 12 hours before being dispatched. I'm not going to charge for these as I can't guarantee that they'll survive the mailing.
PM me if you're interested. I'd prefer to send them out to UK residents only as I know our mail system should take a maximum of three days for the gemmae to arrive, which should help ensure survival.
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