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Thread: Ping Jaumavensis - Size??

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    What would be the typical size for a mature specimen and how long do they take to be 'full grown'?

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    1.5" diameter would be about as big as they get.

    How long depends on the conditions.
    I got mine as a mature plant, and the few leaf pullings I started are still fairly small nickel sized after 8 months or so. I could see it taking a couple years to get to mature.
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    Mine is teeny! Like less than an inch in diameter - it makes my esseriana and ehlersiae look like giants by comparison. But the clones I've taken have all bulked up to nearly that size in about seven or eight weeks, so maybe they'll get bigger still. I'm very fond of the little Pings.
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    P.S. - I just looked and my clone is actually bigger than the mother plant! I would guess that this is because the mother is still waking up from a winter photoperiod.
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