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    needing D. slackii

    After saving the life of my plant over and over, I've finally done it in. I accidentally knocked it's pot off the shelf, uprooting the entire thing. After being repotted yet again.. it bit the big one. I'm pissed, and REALLY want to replace it.
    If you have 1-3 plants you can spare, just lemme know what you'd like in exchange and I'll make it happen.
    Please and thank you..

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    I think I have a bunch I can send your way once it warms up a bit.

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    awesome. Thanks buddy.. should be warm enough in about 4 to 6 weeks.

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    Yeah sounds about right. Mid Marchish. Who knows though, it's been a weird warm year.

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    I know, right. By far the mildest winter we've ever had. Can't wait to start shipping again.. I need the space.

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    Doesn't slackii propagate well from root cuttings?

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    Never tried root cuttings. I propagate mine by leaf cuttings.

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    it propagates from roots well. roots are thick and perfect for that sort of stuff...but strangely take relatively long to strike.
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