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By mcgrumpers
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fluffy123 wrote:Are they going dormant right now?


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Not sure, they've always looked like that since they sprouted (maybe 5 months ago?).
By Huntsmanshorn
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SundewWolf wrote: I figure someone must have a bunch of them somewhere right? But I never see any sales.
For the last few years I have found seed from growers in the northern states and once in a while you can get them from the ICPS seed bank. I wish it was easier to get seed from overseas, the British CPS has a fantastic seed bank.
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By fluffy123
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ImageImage All my Drosera x southern cross are fully dormant now, and my seedlings are starting to have hibernacula.


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By fluffy123
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Image All of my Drosera x Southern cross seedlings are now going dormant now since it is already October.


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By fluffy123
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Image My Drosera Anglica seedlings I saved from tissue culture are now forming hibernacula, and my Drosera x southern cross has been trimmed already.


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By fluffy123
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I trimmed my Drosera x Southern Cross because of the dead leaves were around the hibernacula.


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By fluffy123
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Image My Drosera Anglica seedlings are now going dormant forming the hibernacula at the growth point.


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By fluffy123
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Image Look at my Drosera x Southern Cross seedlings in their hibernacula sleeping for the Winter till Spring. The hibernacula have brownish and greenish looks up close with the dead leaves that grew during the spring and summer months. They will be sleeping till Spring when it’s warm again.


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By fluffy123
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Image Hibernacula of Drosera Anglica seedlings after the deep freeze I had the days before Christmas. We got down to 15 degrees Fahrenheit ( -10 degrees Celsius ).


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