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By fluffy123
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ImageThis is Drosera Filiformis V. Filiformis typical growing from a flower stalk cutting. When it was attached on the mother plant the stalk had false vivipery, So I cut off the stalk and, I planted it with other sundew seedlings and, it grew to a new one.


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fluffy123 wrote:ImageImageHere is some more seedlings that were grown from seeds. Here is also the other one I bought from Sarracenia Northwest.

Great photo. What type of d. Filliformis is this one from Sarracenia NW?
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Image This hybrid is called Drosera X Southern cross. It is a hybrid between Drosera Filiformis tracyi and Drosera Anglica. They started to form hibernacula ( winter resting buds ). Because of its Anglica genetics, this hybrid has a growing season. It wakes up in early spring, and will go dormant by late August early September.


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