who knows drosera capensis ,d. aliciae and d. nitidula x occidentalis?

Scott Mcphee hyphae at email.msn.com
Fri Nov 12 03:54:55 EST 1999

What are your growing conditions like (inside, outside, terrarium, etc?)?
Drosera will lose their "dew" if grown in a dry enviornment. Also, you
obviously do not want to spray the leaves with water. A page loaded with
carnivorous plant information can be accessed here:


Good growing,


CHRIS wrote in message ...
>my plants are loosing their gluedrops!
>what do i do wrong? after 2-3 weeks they lost their drops.
>do i give them to much water?
>please help me out or tell me an url with some help.
>Hard workin´4  life....
>natychris at arcormail.de
>natychris at planet-interkom.de

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