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By Bill Phoenix
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along with my burmannii, 2 capensis, and rotundifolia, I'm now also growing Drosera intermedia, more capensis, spatulata var lovallae, and even more burmannii from seeds. that's not even counting the capensis and rotundifolia cuttings.
somebody stop me.
please :(
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after 1 month, finally germination!
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By ChefDean
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Yeah, sundews are how we get you addicted. They're cheap and easy.
Once we have you hooked, we introduce you to Flytraps and Sarracenia, and you're ours forever!
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By TrapsAndDews
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Yeah, @ChefDean gets a fishing pole and puts a sundew on the hook. Then he casts it toward you. Once you bite down on it, there's no escape. He will just slowly reel you in.
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By thepitchergrower
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But Chef is a Chef, not a fisherman??? :? :? :? :?: :?: :?: :idea:
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By thepitchergrower
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I went crazy on the leaf and root cuttings. Now I have way too many plants...
By Sundews69
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Hey
thepitchergrower wrote:I went crazy on the leaf and root cuttings. Now I have way too many plants...
Well, I could take some off your hands..... ;)
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By thepitchergrower
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In the process of moving now, so I don't have time to pack stuff. :( Contact me in a month +, and we could always work out something... ;)
By Sundews69
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Oh, wow, I was not expecting that as an answer! I was mainly joking.....

(also, I'm just curious, are you moving to a new state?)
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By thepitchergrower
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No, staying in the Bay are CA. I do have too many extra propagatons, so I need to get rid of them. :lol:
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By TrapsAndDews
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Hold it. What just happened here? It says I posted a post today here at 1:03 P.M., but I posted this post a long time ago. :?: :!:
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By thepitchergrower
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Bill Phoenix Bumped up the thread. Which did that.
By Sundews69
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oh! That has happened to me too and I've always wondered what was happening.
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By ChefDean
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thepitchergrower wrote: Thu Jan 20, 2022 1:11 am But Chef is a Chef, not a fisherman??? :? :? :? :?: :?: :?: :idea:
I wear many hats. Once you achieve some milestones in life, you learn you need to branch out.
Get married, add partner, protector, provider, personal shopper, nurse.
Become a father, you add caretaker, chef, doctor, groomer, waste management, fashionista.
Buy a house, add gardener, landscaper, painter, carpenter, plumber, painter, handyman.
Own a car, add mechanic, detailer.
This is far from the comprehensive list, but it gives a glimpse.
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