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    P.gigantea showing growth..

    Guess I'm doing something right..


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    Looks like a flower bud is coming...
    Some days it just isn't worth chewing thru the restraints.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Exo View Post
    Looks like a flower bud is coming...
    indeed!

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    Nice! This plants has been solid for me! Tons of leaf pulls and flowers. Keep up the good work. How's the leaf pulling doing?
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    Very nice. I have had 0 luck with this species. Out of 5 attempts, all ended in rot. However, my current one I received when it was the size of a penny, and so far it has at least tripled in size. Perhaps the secret is that I am exposing it to my conditions at a very young age? All my other pings are blooming like mad.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frilleon View Post
    How's the leaf pulling doing?
    I took two.. and they seem to be doing ok I guess. They are somewhat dried out around the edges. But all in all looking good.

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    Nice! Did you take my advice and lay them down with a little LFS covering the point?
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    It's blooming? Dammit!
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