FlytrapCare Carnivorous Plant Forums

Sponsored by FlytrapStore.com

Discussions on how to propagate your plants sexually and asexually, by seed, natural division or leaf pulling

Moderator: Matt

User avatar
By evenwind
Location: 
Posts:  1212
Joined:  Sun Jul 07, 2013 4:16 pm
#371469
I've been having problems with algae growth in some of my seed pots, so I thought I'd try water germination. For the most part, So Far, So Good. I've already removed a good number of (D.binata) sprouts from this test tube and this is what's left. As you can see, there are still two green plantlets in the pic. My question is: What are the brown pieces? Just failed plantlets? They've obviously had some growth, since they're larger than the seeds were. Do I keep them with the hope that they'll green up? Or, are they, like the Python's parrot, defunct? Thanks.
Attachments:
PC301556a.JPG
PC301556a.JPG (82.78 KiB) Viewed 1832 times
Out of curiosity...

When a division reaches 1.5-2 inches / 4-5 centime[…]

SASE received. Order is fulfilled. Return envelope[…]

SASE received. Order is fulfilled. Return envelope[…]

SASE received. Order is fulfilled. Return envelope[…]

I have a problem and I need help.

I'll be hitting the seedlings I got from you with […]

Drosera regia flowering soon!

Whats the trick to pollinating these? I had fl[…]

She’s bouncing back!

That's great. I love it when they make a comeback.

Early Christmas

Aww. Very cute selection of fishies! I miss having[…]

Support the community - Shop at FlytrapStore.com!