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Hello all,
 
I have a small collection that I wanted to share with you.
So I present you my few petiolaris Sundews:
 
D. caduca
 
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D. petiolaris
 
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D. fulva
 
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D. paradoxa
 
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D. dil. pet.
 
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D. lanata
 
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D. kennealliy x darwinensis
 
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D. broomensis
 
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D. Falconeri
 
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i hope you appreciate,
 
Nicolas.
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Beautiful plants Nicholas, very nicely grown. When I tried to grow petiolaris sundews I struggled to find the right conditions for them and eventually gave up completely.  Thanks for sharing.

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Thank you for your positive feedback!

 

 When I tried to grow petiolaris sundews I struggled to find the right conditions for them and eventually gave up completely.  

 

There are bases to respect (Hot and dry/ Hot and wet) and probably a bit of luck with plants...

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