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Hi Folks.

Here some recent photos of my plants.

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N. mirabilis var. globosa

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N. sibuyanensis. I really love this species.

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Drosera tentaculata. After growing this plant for some months I can clearly see now that it is very different from the average D. tomentosa. My guess is that's not even close related to D. tomentosa. Its a beautifull small plant.

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Drosera x fontinalis e D. sp. "hairy ascendens" From grão mogol.

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Plantlets of D. sp "shibata". An awfully slow grower, but very hardy after the adaptation period.

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D. communis from Botumirim.

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D. grantsauii. from Cristalina. Easy and hardy species.

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From left to right: D. graomolensis, D. tomentosa var. tomentosa, D. ascendens D. grantsauii (hidden between the grasses) D. sp. "hairy ascendens" D. tentaculata (hidden in the botton right corner)

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D. sp "inhaí" up and D. sp "hairy ascendens" from cristalia, down. In my conditions both seems to be very hardy, adaptable and easy growers.

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D. graomogolensis from the Type location in Grão mogol.

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Flower stalk of D. spiralis (sensu Saint Hillaire :lol::lol::lol: ) from Botumirim.

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D. spiralis, D. graomogolensis from botumirim e D. spatulata.

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D. spatulata and D. graomogolensis

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D. graomogolensis from botumirim

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Very beautiful drosera! I like how you growing them the "by the way style" in a large pot somewhere outside while here in Europe most struggle to keep them alive with great effort! :-) You are a teaser! :-) Wonderful plants,thanx for sharing!

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Hi Adilson,

very nice looking plants, especially the Brazilian Drosera.

Your bog is awesome, it´s looking like a location in nature, congratulation.

What a pity that we growers here in Europe do not have the possibility to grow Brazilian Drosera outside all the year.

Best regards,

Dani

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