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    N=R* fs fp ne fl fi fc L Pyro's Avatar
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    I can not even recall if pygmies are even gearing up this time of year but figured I'd check around. Not looking for any specific species.

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    should be getting close Pyro, think Tamlin sent me some in Nov. the first year i was on the forums, was definatly before x-mas. they start really producing when its darn near to cold to ship up here
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    I was wondering about how long does it take a pygmy from gemmae to mature and produce gemmae?

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    Not mine... not yet. Should be ~November if memory of last year's serves me correctly.

    Dave: from my limited experience my gemmae / plants didn't produce gemmae until the following year. But then again, they were all originally sprouted from late winter to early summer. So they didn't get a full growing season.

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    FD-

    In the many years I have been growing pygmies they have always produced gemmae in the early fall. These are planted immediately and by the following fall are fully mature and producing their own gemmae. It should only take one growing season.

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    Last time I looked I only had a hundred or so D. scorpiodes gemmae. It's one messed up pygmy. Produces gemmae at the drop of a hat. This is the white flowered type. Anyway, if interested drop me a PM.
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    Thanks Phil and Jim

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    BigCarnivourKid- are you still growing the original plants? Or have those passed and you have new fresh plants growing? I have some fresh ones spread out... But I also have the original clump of them. I never would have guessed they'd get so tall!!
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