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By _-SphagnumFromHell-_
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A while back in February I sent some pollen to another forum member to pollinate her plant and split the seeds. The cross is [(lowii x veitchii) x boschiana] x (Spathulata x petiolata). After about eight weeks I think I got a few seedlings! The pic below is one of them, right in the center.

Although starting them in late winter wasn't the best time, I think now it's good to have a few coming up right when spring is here. They'll have more warmer months to actively grow.
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By Jasicorn
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:o Whoa cool, it kind of looks like little worms or one of my failed cooking experiments... :lol:

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