Permanent dormancy(almost killed then entire plant)
A few weeks after
And As of today
ChefDean wrote: ↑Sat May 14, 2022 2:11 am The subtropical forms of temperate dews will still go dormant if given the right conditions, nothing to worry about. If that happens, let them have a four to six week dormancy minimum, then wake them back up.This plant and its sibling didn't get the memo. By late November, all of my other threadleaf sundews (of whatever species/variety/hybrid, all outdoors) went dormant except for the two Florida Reds. They absolutely refused to pack it in for the winter. I had to move them to the front porch (sunny but under cover) to protect them from the frost; still rolling out leaves, although only a couple inches / 5 centimeters tall. In early January, I finally took pity on them, brought the plants indoors and put them under a grow light panel. They responded by rolling out longer leaves, and the one that I still have has produced 4 flower stalks already.
Shadowtski wrote: ↑Wed May 25, 2022 1:12 pmThat's what mine is, White Flower, and I got the seeds from you Shadowtski.
Drosera filiformis var floridana "White Flower" is a fairly recently discovered plant, still kind of rare in cultivation.
MikeB wrote:"Vigorous" doesn't begin to describe that plant. How many crowns has it produced?The filiformis you gave me is really really red and it's produced tons of divisions. I think I counted 7-9 last time.
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