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    Searching D.capensis "giant"

    Hi... i want to get this variety of D.capensis...

    somebody have this one?
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    Just curious: what's the characteristic of this "giant" variety?
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    Scroll to the bottom for cultivar information.

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    how weird. i was just about to make a thread asking for the same thing.. perhaps if anybody has one they can help us both out?

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    i would be weary of any "giant" capes. it looks identical to a typical.... and i dont know many people who are going to ship a 2 ft tall capensis. the typical form forms a stem over time. so does the Bains Kloof variety which i consider giant. it looks like a palm tree after a while.

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    The picture you found isn't the one I would have chosen.
    Here are a few better ones.

    view my growlist
    http://grwlist.notlong.com

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    I know that it looks "indentycal" to the typical form... but i heard that the Giant is about 50-60cm and that would be great to have... and i just want seeds, not the plant...
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    Interesting. The 50-60cm is the cross of the plant or the leaf-span? Just another question: what's the normal size of the typical one, or how large does the typical one achieve?
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    If you know other unique plants that can walk, can talk, can sing, or can eat people, please tell me and I definitely want to get one.

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