Mystery Mix Drosera Seed Progress *WEEKLY UPDATE Thursdays*

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Re: Mystery Mix Drosera Seed Progress *WEEKLY UPDATE Thursda

by BearZerkerr » Fri Mar 08, 2013 6:02 am

Drosera Burmannii, my favorite <3. Glad to see them growing so well, after I feed the seedlings they just take off its amazing how fast they grow. Your Alba is pretty big! Nice photos! :D
Check My Grow List - bearzerkerr-s-growlist-t18663.html
also shows any excess seeds I currently have!

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Re: Mystery Mix Drosera Seed Progress *WEEKLY UPDATE Thursda

by pretty » Fri Mar 08, 2013 1:27 pm

i loves my burmannii, but i have SO MANY!!!! they aren't blowing up in size like my collinsiae from feedings, my collin's double in size after every feeding :D

That mama alba is 1 year old now, 3 flower stalks at the moment, and needs a new huge pot :D

Thanks bear :]

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Re: Mystery Mix Drosera Seed Progress *WEEKLY UPDATE Thursda

by jdoraz13 » Sun Mar 17, 2013 3:58 pm

wow your collection is doing great its good to see the success your having... Is it hard to get Drosera seeds to germ. I've been thinking about getting a cape red or just a standard cape I love how a pot full of Dews looks lol

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