Oh, wonderful Drocera.
One of my new plants that I am trying out is the Drocera.
I have one drocera plant that has been doing really well.
I decided to try doing gemmae (clones) also. I have been growing the clones for 3-4 weeks. I have never done clones but it hasn't been very hard. The clones are still very small and would fit on a pencil erasure. They are finally big enough to catch on camera.
I bought my gammae from:
I can't wait for them to get large enough to take a really cool picture.
These plants need light and distilled water. They are in a mix of peat moss and sand with some perlite. They need to stay wet- always water in their saucer.
For more info on care:
I am also trying seeds but do not have results yet. I just put them down today. I'll let you know in a week or two how it goes.
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