d. filiformis tracyi propagation

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d. filiformis tracyi propagation

by optique » Sun Jun 09, 2019 4:31 am

so i got a drosera filiformis tracyi (FL Giant) if i were to do some leaf cuttings this summer/fall bring the cuttings inside for the winter to grow and place them back out side permanently the following spring would that be OK for the cuttings to skip a dormancy?
I really want to fill some pots for next year. I think filiformis looks so much better in groups.


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Re: d. filiformis tracyi propagation

by riveraXVX » Sun Jun 09, 2019 6:18 pm

skipping first dormancy should be no issue at all and you are correct they look great all grouped together!

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