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By oval
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Here is one of my D. hartmeyerorum seedlings from the seed bank. Almost five months old, this one came from behind and is now waaaaay bigger than its siblings.
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One week in and we have some great baby pictures. There is still time to post your photo and vote for your favorites. Remember, the winner this month gets a Rehder Giant #1 flytrap from the Flytrap Store. See the first post for all of the details and let's see those photos!
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Heck, why not.

Threw a chunk of just about dead rhizome in with my capes in a windowsill, and here we are.
The photo is a bit blurry because the plant is so tiny and my camera is pretty crappy, but hey, I did what I could. ;)
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Seith Snow wrote: Fri Apr 09, 2021 1:25 am Omissa x Pulchella from gemmae planted January 13th
Am I the only one who finds that satisfying to look at? :lol:
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