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I have some drosera capensis cuttings to trade but will probably take 1 week to 1 month to get to trade size just wanted to post this ahead of time to see if there are any offers.

I would like to grab some tropical drosera cuttings or maybe seeds that are relatively easy to grow so i can increase my collection steadily, slowly making my way to harder to grow plants.
 
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I have some drosera capensis cuttings to trade but will probably take 1 week to 1 month to get to trade size just wanted to post this ahead of time to see if there are any offers.

I would like to grab some tropical drosera cuttings or maybe seeds that are relatively easy to grow so i can increase my collection steadily, slowly making my way to harder to grow plants.

I have several Drosera binata var dichotoma Giant plantlets available [emoji1308]I can also send you some fresh leaf cuttings from my mother plant if you’d like. One leaf cut in to several pieces turned in to this in 2 months....
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I have fresh cuttings that I can take off of D. prolifera, affinis, aliciae, madagascariensis, and intermedia 'cuba'. Send me a pm if any of those interest you.
 
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I have fresh cuttings that I can take off of D. prolifera, affinis, aliciae, madagascariensis, and intermedia 'cuba'. Send me a pm if any of those interest you.

Hi!
I’m also very interested in these cutting! Specially the madagascariensis!
EU or USA?


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Interest in cuttings

I have several Drosera binata var dichotoma Giant plantlets available [emoji1308]I can also send you some fresh leaf cuttings from my mother plant if you’d like. One leaf cut in to several pieces turned in to this in 2 months....
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Hello SirKristoff,

I'm very interested in some cuttings if you still have some. I am in the process of growing my collection, I have quite a few seedlings I'm waiting to get decent size. I'd be happy to pay for cuttings as well.

If you don't mind me asking how you have propagated via cuttings as I've tried to strike them in water, but the transfer hasn't been very successful. Any input would be awesome.

Many thanks!
Mary
 
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Hello SirKristoff,

I'm very interested in some cuttings if you still have some. I am in the process of growing my collection, I have quite a few seedlings I'm waiting to get decent size. I'd be happy to pay for cuttings as well.

If you don't mind me asking how you have propagated via cuttings as I've tried to strike them in water, but the transfer hasn't been very successful. Any input would be awesome.

Many thanks!
Mary

Hello Mary! It is really quite a simple. I started the plants in a 32oz deli cup filled about half way with LFS, and flooded it until there was an inch or two above the moss, I kept it that way until plantlets developed, after they grow a bit and begin to develop roots, I let the water level evaporate to a point where the plants can take root in the LFS, once they’ve grown in to the LFS I allow the water level to drop below the media in the container, eventually you should just be able to divide them out like you would any other group of plants honestly.


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