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By hollyhock
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I was working on repotting my drosera. My d.hamiltonii was looking very rough. Thought I was going to lose it so I decided to cut it down and attempt to grow some from the root cuttings. Well today I peeked in the pot and very happy to see some signs of life :D
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By thepitchergrower
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Root cuttings seem to be a good way to save plants. Somehow I totally messed up on the acclimatization of wide -leaf capes that Shadowtski sent me. :? Luckily, I saved them via root cutting, and I now have more wide leaf capes than I would have had. :D
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