very nice. i have a question...for a couple of months, my cyclosecta's been doing fine. however recently, it decided to be a bromeliad instead. would you happen to know what's going on?
Yup, they go dormant in the winter
yeah, that's what i was thinking. but it doesnt look anything like the leaves in your pic. yours looks like a gradual shrinking, while mine looks has the shape of a Brocchinia, with it's leaves standing vertically.
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I'm giving it all she's got Captain, but your anti-PM shields seem neigh on impenetrable! Please lower shields so communications may commence.
I would love to have a cyclosecta. If you're giving, I'm a taking.
"There is no pain as great as being alive,
no burden heavier than that of conscious life. "
I would love to trade you for a cyclosecta and anyother pings your willing to trade at the moment. I am going to be repotting my Ceph hummers giant in an very huge pot and have plenty of room around my Hummers giant. I will be planting a bunch of pings around the Hummers giant and would like to add the colorful cyclosecta as one of the pings around the ceph.
Wow that's a beaut. Cyclosecta is one of the most attractive pings imo. Wish I could have kept mine alive .