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By dionaea muscipula
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#18094
what is the easiest CP 2 grow
By kevinqwe
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#18095
maybe the sundew
By Adam
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#18115
specifically D. Capensis
By dionaea muscipula
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#18145
i was thinking of getting a all red sun dew
By mktamin
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#18259
there is an all red version of drosera capensis
By Aging_Bourbon
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#18371
yes, indeed the cape sundew is the easiest to grow...


allen,
By dionaea muscipula
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#18376
what make it so easy 2 grow????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????
By Aging_Bourbon
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#18378
dionaea muscipula wrote:what make it so easy 2 grow????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????
well, its very versital you can make so many mistakes an it won't really suffer from it.. an it adapts so well to mostly every enviorment


allen,
By dionaea muscipula
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#18388
awesome ill try 2 get 1
By Aging_Bourbon
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#18393
yes, an they are very easy to grow from seed but the only problem is that ther very small


allen,
By dionaea muscipula
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#18415
can u show me a pic of 1
By watnazn
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#18417
Google is your friend. Research is key.
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Creds to devonblomquist in his seedling thread. They are capensis seedlings. very small.
Drosera capensis. Just imagine this all red.
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By dionaea muscipula
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#18440
watnazn wrote:Google is your friend. Research is key.
Image
Creds to devonblomquist in his seedling thread. They are capensis seedlings. very small.
Drosera capensis. Just imagine this all red.
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like this 1
drosera-capensis_all-red01.jpg
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By Adam
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#18455
wow.. the flowers on mine never opened up that much!
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By linton
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#18481
Capensis is VERY easy to grow from seed scattered directly on top of regular CP compost. It can end up becoming a weed in some collections as the seeds easily establish new plants in other pots and also on the floor of the greenhouse. If you do grow this plant in a greenhouse it is wise to remove the seed pods before they open!
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