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Date: 10/23/2001 4:02:49 AM
Name: Russell Gilliland
Subject: RE: World's Largest Drosera
Comment:
Interesting article and photo. I envy you being able to see that plant in the wild (as opposed to just viewing the photo). Wouldn't we all love to have such a plant growing in our collections at home eh? I sure would anyway. Your article reminded me of a thread that was on the international CP listserve regarding the largest D. burmannii; I think someone said they had seen plants of around 40 to 50mm in diam. I have seen similar sized plants growing in the swamp at the back of my place too. Does anyone know of a "Guiness Book of Records" for the largest CPs? Might be an interesting way to get a lot of CPers in contact with one another to compare plants and growing tips? Anyway, great site and keep up the great work, cheers, Russel


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