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Some pictures of Drosophyllum 'in-situ' Location: Portugal, Mata da Machada and Santiago do Cacém Date:29/12/2019 and 30/12/2019 New Pictures added from Santiago do Cacém, date: 05/01/2020. Best regards, Cumprimentos / best regards, Nelson José Luís Gaspar Associação Portuguesa de Plantas Carnívoras www.appcarnivoras.org forum.appcarnivoras.org twitter.com/appcarnivoras instagram.com/appcarnivoras facebook.com/appcarnivoras facebook.com/groups/appcarnivoras
I'm visiting Porto, Portugal soon and I wondered if anyone might know of a site nearby (driving distance) with Drosophyllum lusitanicum? It'd be really great to see it in the wild. Preferably somewhere that's accessible and isn't going to get me in trouble with a landowner.
Some recent photos of my D. lucitanicums. For an in-depth discussion on how to keep these alive for more than 2 years, check out this thread: http://sarracenia.pr...***-dewy-pine�� Here are some plants from "Los Barrios, Spain." Photos taken earlier this year before they bloomed: Here are some photos of the plants during the flowering period. I was surprised to see the variant from "los barrios" has red capsules! Pics taken 5/11/13: Here's a different variant from Acala de los Gazules, Spain with typical green capsules, growing in the same tray, same soil, etc: Blooms open in the mornings sometimes before the sun comes up: And a blurry overview of the plants: