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  1. Hope someone can shed some light on this for me... As of yet all the new leaves that have come up on my plants have been simply folded in two, as if hinged with the hinged part moving out to form the part with tentacles. Now one of my plants (still small only ~4 inches high) is growing leaves that are coming up in spirals, is this a leaf or a more mature way of sending them out. Could it be something else like a flower spike (surely the plant is too small). Any ideas or help would be great.
  2. Well I have got this far with my little Drosera capensis and am more than happy... but none of the flowers want to open. They move along their little conveyer belt of a stalk... reach the top... and... nothing! They remain closed and wake way for the next one. I know they are only open for a short amount of time but unless that time is less than an hour I'd have seen them open. I remain poised with a soft paint brush like a frustrated bee. Any ideas on how to get them to bloom?
  3. CephFan

    D rotundifolia

    From the album: Shropshire 2014

  4. CephFan

    peat blocks

    From the album: Shropshire 2014

  5. CephFan

    Old peat digging

    From the album: Shropshire 2014

  6. CephFan

    Small sphag patch

    From the album: Shropshire 2014

  7. lorisarvendu

    July 2014 8

    From the album: Bogs and Outside July 2014

    Binata. The reddest I've seen it, but still sticky.
  8. lorisarvendu

    July 2014 6

    From the album: Bogs and Outside July 2014

    The flying ants were out today.
  9. lorisarvendu

    July 2014 5

    From the album: Bogs and Outside July 2014

    On advice from this forum I've put my capensis outside. It's gone very red but seems to like it.
  10. lorisarvendu

    July 2014 2

    From the album: Bogs and Outside July 2014

    The sundews are starting to die back. Maybe it's too hot for them.
  11. Well it has been fun getting my little Drosera capensis from seed to flower. Planted first set of successful seeds on 2nd October 2013. Germinated on 25th October 2013. First true leaves 5th November 2013. First flower spike seen 28th June 2014. Now between the sowing of the seeds and the flower I had fungal problems, mishap with environmental change and fungus gnats but I have now some very healthy and strong plants. Now thanks to a kind member on the site I have more than enough seeds to fill my house a hundred times over with Drosera. Things I will be trying in the coming months and i
  12. From the album: Sundew Terrarium

    Drosera Spaulata 'Fraser Island' From Junction City, Oregon (USA) I planted this guy and all my sundews in this terrarium on 7/16/14
  13. I noticed today that my Cape Sundew has a red shoot coming off the base of it. I was wondering if this could be a root or a runner?
  14. How common is fasciation in Drosera as I think a slip up with mine has caused some. Some of the leaves ended up with damage because of enviromental change so I'm 70% sure it is not from a virus... fingers crossed. Images are alittle fuzzy sorry about that but the leaves in them are at least twice as wide as the other 'normal' ones. Are these indeed exhamples of Fasciation?
  15. Now I got caught out a few weeks ago when one of my D. capensis started sending out circinate leaves and got me all excited at the thought of 1000s of seed coming my way. Now I have a fuzzy thing making its way up and I'm 90% sure it is a flower spike but would like a trained eye to confirm it, don't want to get all giddy again over nothing. Plants are still small not much more than 5" in height but then people have said on here they have had smaller send up a flower. Anyone willing to take a look and put my mind at rest. Much thanks if you can. If it is a flower on such a small p
  16. Hello everyone, Here is another call to correct your plant labels! :) A few colleagues and I have just published a 35-page review of the D. montana complex. Like our previous publications on Brazilian sundews, this paper has been decades in the making and it has definitely been the most “complex” of all the sundew complexes in Brazil, at least in historical terms. Since D. montana and D. tomentosa were originally published by Saint-Hilaire nearly 200 years ago, there have been endless cycles of synonimizations and of lumping with unrelated species – culminating with the absurd Flor
  17. From the album: Bogs June 2014

  18. Little-Bacchus


    From the album: CPs

    My first flower coming coming up... So giddy lol
  19. lorisarvendu

    Jun2014 15

    From the album: Bogs June 2014

    Drosera filliformis, just arrived in the post.
  20. lorisarvendu

    Jun2014 14

    From the album: Bogs June 2014

    The sarra & sundew tray with my new addition drosera filliformis.
  21. lorisarvendu

    Jun2014 12

    From the album: Bogs June 2014

    I got me a hoverfly!
  22. Guest

    It´s just not the real thing!

    Hello all, I have obtained seeds of Drosera sessilifolia from an actual reputable source last year. I was thinking if someone has the genuine stuff, the REAL THING so to say, it must be that guy. But apperently I was wrong. I don´t blame the person who sold the seeds. We´ve talked about the problem and it appears that he has been fooled as well. Well, after a lot of searching and investigating on the web I think there are very few people who in fact grow Drosera sessilifolia. A lot so called D. sessilifolia must be D. burmannii or even a hybrid between D. sessilifolia and D. burmannii. I