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    Darcie, please read the specifics mentioning what I need, earlier in the post. I have a system designed to deal with the volume of growers I am sending to, but yes, you're in!
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    Hey all,

    Please check your spellings with me! This is partly why I ask you to email me your lists of what I have sent, so I can review and correct the spellings BEFORE you redistribute your own gemmae next season.
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    Report thus far. I am growing in 7" pots with a mix of peat, sand, and perlite. This mix is 50% peat to 40%/10%. The pots are within inches of my lights and in a nearly closed terrarium. Thus far the gemmae have been doing well with two probably losses. These gemmae, ericksoniae x pulchella and occidentalis ssp. australis, came on the same day and were crushed ( all others have arrvied fine). I planted them anyway. The occidentalis has not done anything and I will continue to wait. The other is stranger. The gemmae of the ericksoniae x pulchella (nep gracilis) was crushed to the point of the gemmae spliting. I figured there was nothing lost by planting them. The gemmae produce two separate plants out of each of the gemmae. The plants, however, were weak and did not produce roots. There were about 20 weak plants and one strong. The strong is now the only one left. It has several leaves and should make it.

    The rest of the gemmae has produce very well. Anyone else?
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    Tamlin,
    Thanks once again for adding to my collection of pygmies.I can't wait until they start growing [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html312/non-cgi/emoticons/biggrin.gif[/img]
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    Copper,
    None of mine have started growing yet either.But they have oly been planted since the 5th,how usually does it take to see growth?
    Mark

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    It varies too much from condition to condition and species to species to make any generalizations.
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    Tamilin,

    Do you have enough for 1 more?

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    The offer remains open.
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