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I'd have to say D. x 'ivans paddle', capensis (all around great plant), and binata multifida extrema. However, from what I heard my d. graomogolensis is going to be great once it grows up. How are the byblis doing, pak? could you get a pic of them?
The byblis seem to be fine however they aren't growing very fast. Concerns me a little since I've read they are pretty fast growing. There are four about 1/2" tall and one that I think is just unhealthy, but hasn't died. It's just a tiny nub. But they are nice and dewey. I'm hoping they continue to grow so they will seed and I can share. I will try to take a pic, but they are so small and pale I'm not sure if they will show up. My camera isnt good with close ups. But I'll give it a whirl.
my Byblis seedlings usually grow relativly fast, if sown in Februar / March.
But a week ago I lost all of my (slow growing) Byblis gigantea seedlings within some days.
And I can't see no reason why.
Ok, it's too dark for Byblis in January (even with some additional light), but why have they survived the even darker December without any problems ?