- Thu Feb 09, 2017 12:11 pm
Yeah, I won't have any ready anytime soon either lol.
Johnny's plants look super nice (like usual :p) but I'm not sure if he has divisions or any other material to sell.
Not to sound condescending, but if you haven't grown other South American Drosera first, I'd highly recommend you test your conditions on some of the pickier species first before trying D. camporupestris. It's really a rather tricky plant.
If we're talking about live plants, D. camporupestris tends to arrive in worse shape than most other species and takes quite a while to recover. Most of the ones you can get from big vendors are also tissue-cultured, and tend to be delicate. The first time I bought this species all were dead on arrival. The second time, they arrived fine but I lost a lot in acclimation. This species turned out to be way more difficult than I had expected, even having grown other South American sundews.
"Potential has a shelf life."
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