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    Nice. Do you dry out the pot during the winter? I'm getting some mexican pings soon, and was wondering how to handle the winter growth phase.

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    mine havent gone dormant. i basically grow P. moranensis and various hybrids with it. they dont seem to mind not going dormant so far. i know other species are quite picky about getting their dormancy though
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    I think I have that one...I can't remember all the numbers. But it looks just like yours. Its a tiny lil' thing but very pretty.

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    I love it. It reminds me of esseriana, which is my fav. I like them because they look more like flowers, especially with the nice pink/red coloring.

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    There are huge mounds of these along with the other Yucca-Do's in the back greenhouses of the Atlanta Botanical Gardens including some mutant wavy fan shaped crested plants. Most of the plants are the unidnetified species that looks like a pale P.cyclosecta. There are also a few hybrids. Mass flowerings are incredible. The yucca-do in the picture is a plant that many people have identified as possibly being P. debbertiana, a species similar to P. esseriana and P. ehlersiae.

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    Very nice!

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