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By evenwind
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Just some more drosera pics
burmanii perlata.jpg
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collinsiae.jpg
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graomogolensis.jpg
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spatulata Royal Nat Park.jpg
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The Grao and Scarlet Tears were root props, the rest from seed.
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What kind of soil were you using for the burmannii? Also, do you happen to know the humidity around the plants? Share your secrets. :)
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The burmannii was sown on peat/perlite, probably with either an all peat or peat/sand 1/4" topcoat. Humidity is household + tray watering micro climate, so maybe 35% to 55%, depending on the season. (The grao lives under a dome for most of the year, the rest are naked to the air.)

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