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By Dematerialize
Posts:  551
Joined:  Sun Nov 10, 2013 5:07 pm
#290127
Here they come!
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These were one of the most developed, bundled together but already divided.
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Another clump
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Another
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Tiny one.
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Another bundle separated
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Here's all of them potted after an eternity.
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That's all for this update. Again, this was all the product of a few flower stalk cuttings. First time for me and I never expected this level of success. Enjoy! :D
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By Shadowtski
Posts:  4086
Joined:  Tue Mar 22, 2016 8:19 am
#290155
My Akai Ryu cloned from a flower stalk cutting is looking good. I'm donating it to the 2017 NASC Auction.
Akai Ryu cloned from 2016 flower stalk
Akai Ryu cloned from 2016 flower stalk
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Akai Ryu from 2016 scape cutting
Akai Ryu from 2016 scape cutting
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This year I cut two Akai Ryu scapes, one FTS Maroon Monster scape, 6 Typical scapes, and in a few days, two King Henry scapes. The Typicals are going vertically into peat. The premium VFTs are going horizontally into live Sphagnum.

Good growing,
Mike
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By Artchic528
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Posts:  612
Joined:  Sat Aug 15, 2015 8:13 pm
#345585
7lonefeather7 wrote:Does it have to be sphagnum moss I am trying it with local moss in a small container w only distilled but the moss is almost an inch tall itself so I set the flower stalk on it here's to hoping?
It has to be 100% Long Fiber Sphagnum (LFS) moss or sphagnum peat moss. No additives and no plant food. You can add in pearlite and 100% silica sand to the peat moss if you like. Anything else and the plants won't tolerate it.

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By Ralph32
Posts:  1
Joined:  Sun Oct 27, 2019 8:24 pm
#345591
Dematerialize wrote:Here they come!transfers reims
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These were one of the most developed, bundled together but already divided.
Image

Another clump
Image

Another
Image

Tiny one.
Image

Another bundle separated
Image

Here's all of them potted after an eternity.
Image

Image

Image

That's all for this update. Again, this was all the product of a few flower stalk cuttings. First time for me and I never expected this level of success. Enjoy! :D
i love that
By Dematerialize
Posts:  551
Joined:  Sun Nov 10, 2013 5:07 pm
#345592
Whew, it's been a while! I've built up my collection with a few bought and MANY divisions slowly spread out. In the end, I got a huge container(around 2ft by 3ft) and I transferred every single flytrap I own into it. Here it is!
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