Decided to capture some pics of a couple plants that looked nice enough to share. Apologies for fogginess, the camera tends to get moist in the humid greenhouse.... D. tomentosa D. sp. Lantau Island D. burmannii 'Pilliga Red' D. adelae D. prolifera
Got a few more (hopefully clearer) shots recently: D. rotundifolia, this pot started with only 5 plants.... D. capillaris Fl x intermedia: these were sent to me as seeds labeled capillaris, but don't look the type and have NEVER produced viable seeds D. spatulata 'Tamlin': still my favorite form, very large and colorful D. intermedia "Carolina Giant": regularly gets over 4 inches for me D. filiformis filiformis "FL Giant": reaching over a foot tall D. sessilifolia: these guys grow great, but keep suffering some strange fungus that kills off the flower buds.. any ideas? D. spatulata "Pink Flower," Royal National Park, Sydney D. tomentosa tomentosa: I've got 2 of them going ,but only one is big enough to see D. affinis: 3 separate plants are flowering, too And I know it's not a sundew, but it looks like one, and they're doing great: Byblis liniflora
I love your Drosera affinis! I thought it was a tuberous sundew at first. How tall is it? I need to look into getting some to substitute for climbing tuberous sundew. The diversity of Drosera traps never fails to amaze me.
More pics! D. brevifolia D. spatulata 'Tamlin' flower D. sp. Lantau Island flower D. spatulata "Pink Flower, Royal National Park, Sydney": this guy has some really deep pink flowers D. trinervia D. capensis "alba" D. hookeri "typical": I'm hoping this guy starts climbing this year, he's putting off multiple growth points now. My biggest D. stolonifera And my biggest D. regia, probably has 4" leaves already. D. scorpioides "Pink Flower" Enjoy!
Been taking a lot of pictures recently: D. hookeri "typical" D. stolonifera (the biggest one) These plants I grew from seed that were labeled, if I remember correctly, D. trinervia. Some actually came up as such, others appear to be cistiflora relatives, and then for a while I have been calling these D. admirabilis. Any idea what they really are, as I have no clue? These are the D. trinervia D. aliciae D. platystigma form "A" D. roseana D. paleacea trichocaulis Thanks!
The newest leaves do have dew, it's probably an effect of low light at the moment since I don't have the best lights on that shelf.... and I feed my plants bloodworms, so currently they don't catch stuff on their own.