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    Drosera peltata

    From the album: Sundews

    They are currently flowering. The plants are originated from a local site of my area, Japan. Some years ago I collected seeds there, and since then I've been growing them.
  3. Thanks for your identification. Let's hope this is a white flowered variant of G. glandulosissima!
  4. I've been growing this Genlisea as G. glandulosissima since 2012. Then recently the plant made flowers but the colour is different! The shape is also wrong but it probably failed to form proper flowers. If anyone knows what it looks like or exactly what it is, please let me know. Thanks. Genlisea glandulosissima 4 by ihatov1001, on Flickr Genlisea glandulosissima 3 by ihatov1001, on Flickr Genlisea glandulosissima 5 by ihatov1001, on Flickr Genlisea glandulosissima 2 by ihatov1001, on Flickr Genlisea glandulosissima 1 by ihatov1001, on Flickr
  5. From the album: Sundews

    It's a bit late though, this is the first flowering of Drosera indica 'White flower Japan' in 2014. I hope I will collect as many seeds as possible for the next year's sowing.

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    Venus Flytraps

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    Pygmy Droseras

    I grow more less 30 kinds of Pygmies.Most of them are very easy to grow but a few of others are quite tough.
  8. From the album: Pygmy Droseras

    Beautiful pale pink flower.
  9. From the album: Pygmy Droseras

    This is a natural hybrid between D. allantostigma and D. omissa. And according to the recent released book 'Carnivorous Plants of Australia Magnum Opus', It was "named D. x badgingarra".

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  10. I got them today. They are such brilliant books although being a bit too heavy and bulky to read them lying on bed.
  11. From the album: Sundews

    This probably is the last flowering in 2014.

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    Wow! What a beauty. I also have some Thelymitras and they usually bloom in April.
  13. Yes, you are right. They aren't seen at this site but at the nearby site although I've never visited there.
  14. We don't have the distinct dry and wet season but the summer is comparatively wet and the winter is dry.
  15. Thanks all for the compliments above. They are distributed from the central to the south part of Japan and grow during warm terms unlike the other tuberous sundews in Australia. Hello kiscool_38 I think you are more or less right. They are Lycopodium clavatum.
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