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By kronos1996
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BTW, dafuq do you pot Drosera Adelae? So many tiny plants connected by the same roots.


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By Blackfeather666
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kronos1996 wrote: Fri Dec 01, 2023 11:42 pm BTW, dafuq do you pot Drosera Adelae? So many tiny plants connected by the same roots. Image


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Drosera Adelae I think can grow from the roots. Happy growing
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By andynorth
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Santa arrived. Thank you very much @Panman. I received a very nice Drosera Binata Multifida Extrema and a gorgeous S. Purpea OP2. Thank you again and thanks everyone for participating.
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By ChefDean
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Mine has arrived from the Great White North, but I'm cooking supper so it remains unopened for now. He even wrapped it!
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By ChefDean
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Update:
I received a King Henry VFT and a S. "Feist Dog".
I've been wanting to get a King Henry for a couple of years, just never got around to it. And that Feist Dog looks like it's going to have some color to go along with that broad hood. Plus, there may be a Utric hitchhiker with the Dog. Two-fer baby!
Now I have to wait for spring for them to wake up and see what they do as they grow.
Thanks Santa! I take back half the things I've said about you.
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By thepitchergrower
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andynorth wrote: Sat Dec 02, 2023 10:09 pm Santa arrived. Thank you very much @Panman. I received a very nice Drosera Binata Multifida Extrema and a gorgeous S. Purpea OP. Thank you again and thanks everyone for participating.
Hey, you might want to remove the picture of the box with your address and panman's on it.
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By andynorth
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thepitchergrower wrote: Sun Dec 03, 2023 1:18 am Hey, you might want to remove the picture of the box with your address and panman's on it.
Thanks for pointing that out. I was not even thinking.

Moderator, can you edit my post and remove the pic with our address on it? I am not sure how or if I am able to do it.
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By Panman
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Wow! Because I set up the exchange, I know who my Santa is but because they did not share it in the package, I will keep the identity secret (although anyone that has received a package from this person will know who it is).

Let's start with the box.
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Read that again. Yep, I laughed put loud!

Then the goodies.
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3 sarrs, a flytrap, and a tag along sundew!
S. 'Waccamaw' x self
S. rosea x self
S. 'Red Viper' x purpurea venosa Tattnal Co., GA.
The flytrap is from a population that was started in a bog in Mississippi. Itt is purported to be indestructible.
And then there is the D. tokaiensis that clearly doesn't understand that it is winter.

Thank you so much, Santa. This is an amazing gift.
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By Panman
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I know there are some of you that are still waiting on your gifts. Be assured they are enroute. One person has not gotten tracking information yet. That should be coming today, and I will pass it along immediately. It sounds like it will be worth the wait.
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By andynorth
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Panman wrote: Mon Dec 04, 2023 5:20 pm Wow! Because I set up the exchange, I know who my Santa is but because they did not share it in the package, I will keep the identity secret (although anyone that has received a package from this person will know who it is).

Let's start with the box.
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Read that again. Yep, I laughed put loud!

Then the goodies.
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3 sarrs, a flytrap, and a tag along sundew!
S. 'Waccamaw' x self
S. rosea x self
S. 'Red Viper' x purpurea venosa Tattnal Co., GA.
The flytrap is from a population that was started in a bog in Mississippi. Itt is purported to be indestructible.
And then there is the D. tokaiensis that clearly doesn't understand that it is winter.

Thank you so much, Santa. This is an amazing gift.
It looks like you got "a" Waccamaw you have been wanting!!
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By Panman
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andynorth wrote:It looks like you got the Waccamaw you have been wanting!!
It's "a" Waccamaw, not "the" Waccamaw. I'm stoked none the less.
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