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By nimbulan
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Well I never said I grew everything well. The lowland Nepenthes particularly do very poorly (something I've never been able to figure out) and I would have gotten rid of most of them this year if some pests hadn't found their way into that grow space. Highlanders either tolerate room temp or they find new homes. There's definitely more cuts I need to make in that portion of my growlist.

Otherwise, temperate plants are easy since they can just live outdoors, and winter-growing sundews have a big space in an unheated garage. Everything else just grows wherever.
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Whats the new tuberous drosera species related to Drosera Calycina???

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nimbulan wrote:
DeadlyCarnivore wrote:Whats the new tuberous drosera species related to Drosera Calycina???
https://www.abc.net.au/news/2021-09-08/ ... /100439560
:O thats so cool! Calycina and this new species have the coolest looking flowers that I have seen in the sundew species, cant wait for them to name it!

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DeadlyCarnivore wrote::O thats so cool! Calycina and this new species have the coolest looking flowers that I have seen in the sundew species, cant wait for them to name it!
There's also D. microphylla and D. esperensis which are closely related but much smaller species.
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Camden M wrote:
nimbulan wrote: Sat Jun 18, 2022 9:33 pm Nepenthes khasiana, BE-3098
Nepenthes khasiana, SG (2 clones)
Where on earth did you find not only one but two of N. Khasiana?!?!
Well the BE clone should be available each spring when nurseries do their yearly imports. Seed-grown plants are not something that come around very often but I happened to know the right people.

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