Nauz's Giveaway Cephalotus 1 Year Later

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Nauz's Giveaway Cephalotus 1 Year Later

by Shadowtski » Thu Aug 24, 2017 12:06 am

Last year, Nauz did a Cephalotus giveaway on this forum.
Thank you sir!
He said it's probably a typical. (Which is fine by me, it's my only Ceph.)
It now has at least one underground growth point, as well as the visible ones.
It's grown a lot in one year.

Good growing,
Mike

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Re: Nauz's Giveaway Cephalotus 1 Year Later

by hackerberry » Thu Aug 24, 2017 12:15 am

That's some fine lookin ceph you got there. Good growing!
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Re: Nauz's Giveaway Cephalotus 1 Year Later

by Hungry Plants » Thu Aug 24, 2017 12:52 am

Very nice Mike! Hope mine looks that good some day.

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Re: Nauz's Giveaway Cephalotus 1 Year Later

by slinx » Thu Aug 31, 2017 11:01 am

Looking good, and the layer of sand on top makes for a nice contrast.

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Re: Nauz's Giveaway Cephalotus 1 Year Later

by Nauz » Fri Sep 01, 2017 8:50 pm

Still not sure of which one it is but still leaning on that HG. Nice growing mike and looking beautiful!!

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Re: Nauz's Giveaway Cephalotus 1 Year Later

by Shadowtski » Fri Sep 01, 2017 8:59 pm

Nauz wrote:Still not sure of which one it is but still leaning on that HG. Nice growing mike and looking beautiful!!


I keep looking at the width of the mid-rib on that new pitcher and wondering.

I did transplant it into a 4 - 5 inch pot that's almost 6 inches deep.

It's looking happy.

Thanks again!

Good growing,
Mike

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Re: Nauz's Giveaway Cephalotus 1 Year Later

by Nauz » Fri Sep 01, 2017 9:04 pm

Shadowtski wrote:
Nauz wrote:Still not sure of which one it is but still leaning on that HG. Nice growing mike and looking beautiful!!


I keep looking at the width of the mid-rib on that new pitcher and wondering.

I did transplant it into a 4 - 5 inch pot that's almost 6 inches deep.

It's looking happy.

Thanks again!

Good growing,
Mike


I'd put my money on it, that mid rib is vary thick and the other clones I have don't even have mid ribs like so. My A1 plant shrivels the mid rib.


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