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By Sreta
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Joined:  Wed Oct 20, 2010 1:57 pm
#126114
About 2 months ago I posted for help saving my near-dead drosera spatulata "Ruby Slippers." The improvement after I fixed my mistakes was so dramatic I wanted to post before and after pictures. I'm not a great photographer, but that's pretty close to the actual red color of the plant (especially the first "after" picture).

Before: The plant almost died due to lack of water and sun :(
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After: I've never seen it this red before :)
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By stitz25b
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Joined:  Mon Sep 27, 2010 11:10 am
#126145
amazing little plants sundews
no matter what you throw at them they will survive
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By Steve_D
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Joined:  Tue Nov 18, 2008 5:06 pm
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Great job recuperating the D. 'Ruby Slippers'! :D
Drosera spatulata 'Ruby Slippers,' a registered cultivar, is one of the few cultivars that grow true from seed, so if you allow your plant to seed, you can sow the seed and have dozens, hundreds or maybe even thousands of little D. 'Ruby Slippers' babies! (Drosera seed is so tiny (but grows so well) that you can easily get at least hundreds of seed from one multiflowered flowerstalk.)

Anyway, great job of plant intensive care! :mrgreen:
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