Sundews

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  1. FlyTrapKing

    FlyTrapKing Carnivorous Plant Addict

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    Hey everyone! Ive been thinking of getting into tuberous dews, or even types of d. Petiolaris. Does anyone have some beginner type ones they could part with? I have some things to trade but i can also pay. Thanks!
     
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    D. peltata, D. gigantea, D. stolonifera, D. auriculata are great tuberous sundew to get started. :)
     
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    D. auriculata and D. peltata are really tolerant regarding temperature, I have a few seedlings in 18-25 C and thriving.
    D. paradoxa might be the easiest petiolaris sundew to start with, however any hybrid should do as well.
    It is close to the end of the season (I think?) but in a few months you should able to find some tubers for sale. Seeds are more accessible and D. auriculata / D. peltata / D. hookeri are really easy to start from seeds.
     
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    Thanks! Do you have seeds or plants available?
     
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    Do you have any stolonifera?
     
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    Yes I do. I should able to sell you one from TC. They are easy to be planted, I can wash off the gel for you. :)
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    Price or trade?
     
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    I should have D. auriculata seeds hiding somewhere, as well as some D. whittakeri seeds from John (Thanks again man!), although I'm still scratching my head on which way to germinate those.
     
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    Give GA3 a try!
     

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