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Drosera Seeds Collection (Sundew) - 25 Seeds , 10 different varieties

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Drosera Seeds Collection (Sundew) - 25 Seeds , 10 different varieties

Drosera Seeds Collection (Sundew) - 25 Seeds , 10 different varieties Click image to enlarge
Description This collection is the real treat for drosera collectors and lovers.
You will receive 25 seeds which will include 10 different varieties for you to grow (all seeds will be mixed together in one ziplock bag)
All the seeds come from the latest harvest, they are fresh and ready to sow
Varieties included:
Drosera Stolonifera
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Drosera binata
Drosera burkeana
Drosera burmanii
Drosera capensis „White flower"
Drosera capensis „Pink flower"
Drosera indica " Jacky,Jacky"
Drosera nidiformis
Drosera indica "White flower"
Drosera spathulata

An insectivorous plant, it can survive in nitrogen poor soils because it gets the nutrients it needs from insects. The upper surfaces of leaves are covered with hairs that secrete a sweet sticky substance. This attracts insects, which become smeared with it and unable to escape.
Growth occurs during the Winter months. It is important to respect the seasonal pattern of growth in cultivation. Once the plant starts to die back and enter dormancy the soil should be allowed to gradually dry out as the plant starts storing up energies in the tuber for the next season's growth.
They grow well in a standard sand/peat moss, which can be anything from 50% to 70% peat moss. There's no need to fertilize, as the plant relies on insects for food.

Sowing: he seeds require 6 weeks hot stratification. Sow directly on the surface of your moist but not soaked soil mix. Do not cover them with any medium, the seeds are really tiny. After hot stratification, somewhat uncover the top of the pot, so that moisture and heat drop a little. Place the pot in an area with real nice strong light and keep the temperature around 20°C/68°F. When you see some tiny plants starting to sprout, slowly open the top of the pot, a little each day, so that the new seedlings don't go into shock from the humidity being lowered too quickly. After hot stratification, germination usually occurs in 1-3 months, but it can be prolonged up to several months, depending on their degree of unbroken dormancy, don't give up. Be very gentle with the new seedlings, not to destroy anything, it is very tiny. Make sure that it gets good air circulation.

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