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a few tuberous drosera pictures

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hi !

it's the best period for tuberous drosera so i make a few pictures.


D.Aff Bulbosa

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D.Lowrie

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D.Tubaestilys

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young plant (2 years old)

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D.Rupicola

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D.Squamosa

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D.Wittakery

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young D.Abbarans

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D.DErithrorhyza

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D ? perhaps a form of D.Erithrorhyza or D.Bulbosa

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young D.magna (2 years old)

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a few D.Magna

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D.Ramellosa

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Hi jp,

 

great plants and great pictures! Your D. erythrorhiza forms quite a few leaves. I observed for my D. erythrorhiza var. imbecilia that fertilized plants produced more than the typical 3-4 leaves whereas the non-fertilized plants stick to the 3-4 leaves (probably because they unerstood the species description better than I do). Do you observe something similar?

 

thanks for sharing

Dieter

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Hi Dieter,

 

I just begun to make some try with fertilizer with tuberous,and the only thing i have see it's production of new rosette with some plants like d,zonaria.

The production of new leaves on D. erythrorhiza and d.squamoza i have see that when the light is very strong (with poweer leds) it could

be the same effect than fertilizer, the plant receive more energy ?

This year i don't know why i have a lot of production of new rosettes on the same tuber, the better results is with d.zonaria, 16 new rosettes.

I have also rosettes with D.tubaestylis, and even D.browniana

The most surprising in 2 news rosettes on a small tuber of D.rosulata (you sold me this summer).

What fertilizer do you use and what are your results ?

 

by!

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