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By tracieh
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What are your favorite ways to control this plant? Or does it just need to take up half my tray? Last time I tried to separate it I pulled up a bunch of plants the roots were throwing out. ImageImage

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By Cross
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Control it?! Grow my beautiful monster, grow!* *laughs in Rita repulsa*

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By Cross
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optique wrote:I have mine on a short plant stand.
Gosh I love binata.

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By YourImperialMajesty
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My Multifida tends to stay somewhat organized until after it flowers. Perhaps it subconsciously tries to go up to catch the pollinators because it knows that no seeds will be produced. (all my plants are from the same root stock)
After the flowers are gone, it will get leggy and reach out to tickle its neighbors. The purpurea complains, she likes her space, so I gotta move the Multifida to time out.
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By Panman
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I've got a Marston Dragon and dichotoma flowering at the same time, so I will be interested to see if they will cross. They don't seem to produce a lot of pollen.
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By DragonsEye
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My binata needs to take some notes from yours.

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