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By Dragonslayer126
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Does anyone know of carnivorous plants BESIDES THE LEGENDARY PURPUREA that can survive zone 6 temperatures. I'm in the reading area of pa if that helps.
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By ChefDean
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#412108
D. rotundifolia, D. anglica, about a dozen other sundews, a couple Pinguicula can, and a few Utricularia as well.
By Huntsmanshorn
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#412111
The "easy" Drosera you can actually get are: anglica, filiformis, intermedia, and rotundifolia. You can also try the hybrid Drosera x hybrida. There are a few others, but they are rather hard to get, so I would just go with these and call it a day.
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By madrone
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I am a growing season (or two) warmer than you, but have Drosera 'Portland Sunrise' seeds (which appears to be an x californica, for what it's worth). It has survived my winters, but yours are colder. Let me know how you feel about experimentation!!
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