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By vhercastillo
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I have a drosera indica, and I dont know if they are capable of propagation like other sundews.
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By Shadowtski
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Drosera indica and related species in the Archnopus Group are annual growth plants.
For the most part, they do not propagate from cuttings. (Although there gave been apocryphal stories of propagation by decapitation)
They propagate best from the seed that they abundantly produce.
They are self pollinating.
The more you feed them, the more seed they produce.

Good growing,
Mike
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By Herbz187
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#358097
Yeah leaf cuttings dont work good they rot so quick i had one that vent and broke i stick on soil and started growing again. But yeah best thing is to do seeds


If that one you have is indica ill be interested in trading some for hartymayerorum seeds if you have extras or just referring as indica complex ?

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