A few of my winter dews.

JMatt

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The first picture shows D. macrophylla sub. macrophylla and D. zonaria. There should be some flowers coming soon. The other one is D. browniana. I did this kind of quickly and will try and get better pictures of everything soon.
JMatt

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lizasaur

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What's that substrate you grow them in? They look very beautiful and happy!!! :)
Thanks for sharing! :-D
 

lizasaur

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Oh, really? Huh...well, very nice! :-D
Whats the cute spiraly one behind the macrophylla? :3
 
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OMG.. I soo love tuberous dews! I'm truly jealous sir. Did you grow these from seed? Do you have any you'd be willing to part with. D. peltata is my only tuberous as of now, and it's doing wonders in my care.
 
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JMatt

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Well here was another attempt to get some decent pictures of some of my winter sundews.
Some plants I have two pictures for and some just one. Some might not be very clear. My basement is so full of overwintering Sarracenia, flytraps, highland neps that it is a task just moving around! There are a few non tuberous dews thrown in also at the end. Sorry for so much all at once, just wanted to get it all done for now. Hope you like them.
JMatt

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Drosera macrophylla subsp. macrophylla flowers moving along.
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Drosera regia 'Big Easy' after catching a few flys.
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Drosera regia seedlings. Seeds were from Matt Opel. There is also a Cephalotus seedling. C. 'Hummer's Giant' crossed to another C. 'Hummer's Giant'.
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Drosera graomogolensis finally going into flower!
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To end it all, Drosera capensis wide leaf form seedlings.
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Soopaman

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I love the Drosera graomogolensis and the D. zonaria! Great plants, man!
 

xvart

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JMatt - good growing as always. Nice pictures, too. D. graomogolensis is one of my favorite Drosera so I was especially glad to see those pictures. The clump of them is just magnificent.

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