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I allowed my drosera capensis alba to flower and now I have a lot of seed pods I have absolutely no idea how to get seeds out of. I'm aware that learning from my mistakes here is probably the best way forward. I have a standard drosera capensis about to flower aswell but I'm so worried about my lack of knowledge I may just allow that plant to naturally take it's course just to see how the pods progress and how the seed eventually comes out. Online tutorials have left me none the wiser on this.

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You can collect them once they turn black, or you can allow them to split open themselves but you’ll find Capensis growing in with absolutely everything.  If you collect them you can either crumple the outer shell or tap them in some paper to collect the seed

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