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Thread: TONS of D.dichotoma and D.capensis "broadleaf"

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    hi jim,

    i have a nice big clump of your aliciae from a little back. do you maybe have some cuttings available instead?

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    This is pretty much what they look like:


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    Wink

    Yes Kgrudz, It is in fact d. binata var. dichotoma.

    However, most (including myself) just call it D. Dichotoma.

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    thank you for the clerification =)

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    can a sase be done for that 2 inch adelae? if SASE is avalible and that plant is not up for grabs ill take any others. Ill throw in a few extra stamps or something since they arent seeds.

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    Quote Originally Posted by naich View Post
    can a sase be done for that 2 inch adelae? if SASE is avalible and that plant is not up for grabs ill take any others. Ill throw in a few extra stamps or something since they arent seeds.
    I'd do the same for a Dichtoma as I probably don't have anything you'd want unless you like dragon fruit seedlings!
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    im looking to trade for now rather than just SASE. illl let you if i have some extras available.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kgrudz View Post
    sorry aaron im a little confused. i was told it is just d.dichotoma. or is the correct name for d.dichotoma, D.binata var. dichotoma?

    i always consult your website for my propagations. it is a great help =)
    Sorry for the confusion!
    Yes, the correct name is D. binata var. dichotoma, so you should tell the person you got it from to change it too. It can be pretty annoying to keep track of these subspecies and stuff, but I guess it's really not that big of a deal since people understand what dichotoma is...
    glad the propagation section has helped- you're doing very well at it! I plan to do an overhaul of it in the next few months...possibly with a few videos.
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