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By thepitchergrower
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Some interesting things. Keep you eyes peeled for something you might like... :shock:

Currently propagating
Burmanii
Capensis alba
Capensis wide leaf
Capensis typical
Capensis Bainskloof
Capensis Big pink
Dreamsicle
Tokaiensis
Anglica Alakai Swamp(!)
More big pink
Intermedia
Binata Marston dragon
Binata multifida extrema
binata Small red form

Sorry for the bad photography. The sun just doesn't wanna come out... :(
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By Panman
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Once you've got things propagating, I'd love to talk about a trade. I'm interested in gettng a cape wide leaf and the anglica. You can take a look at my grow list and see what you might want to trade for. We can do plants or cuttings.
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By thepitchergrower
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I also changed my leaf propagation method. I used to let them bud in water, but now I plant them directly in peat moss (and sand), in some bright light. They seem to bud faster. A lot of experimenting going on. I find that root cuttings bud faster when on a heat mat, and you can get buds in 2 weeks.
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A lot of dramatic plants today. And not to mention the confused Dragons. Also your daily update on root propagations.
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The first leaves on the Wide leaf root cuttings. Fertilized with maxsea (well not fertilized, fed). Took more leaf cuttings from Anglica Alakai swamp, waiting for them to bud. Should have some to send off to Panman. Bud on the Big pink root continues growing.

I seem to have a never ending supply of Marston dragons. If a leaf so much as touches the peat moss, it buds. I have one leaf still connected to the plant that has budded. What the heck...Giveaways to come.
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By Panman
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thepitchergrower wrote: Tue Jan 18, 2022 8:12 pm I seem to have a never ending supply of Marston dragons. If a leaf so much as touches the peat moss, it buds. I have one leaf still connected to the plant that has budded. What the heck...Giveaways to come.
I feel your pain. I keep giving them away and I just end up with more of them.
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