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    OK, here we go. I have two packs of D. Anglica CA X HI F2 seeds for SASE. How do you get them? Post here of your interest and I'll PM you my address.

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    A little history on this species: this is a man made hybrid created by Ivan Snyder, and is a tropical form requiring no dormancy as is typical for temperate D. anglica.
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    Thank you Tamlin, even I didn't know that!

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    I would like some!
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    All gone! Thanks for the interest folks!

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    I am currently growing this plant from seed. It seems to be a bit touchy for me. Mine are in a peat/perlite mixture and planted in a 3" pot. They are very tiny and have not grown very much. The only exception is one has grown to about the size of a U.S. 50 cent piece, but only has 3 leaves. Does anyone have any tips?
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    I grow mine in chopped LFS and perlite/sand. Mine grow very well like this.

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    Nick

    I grow mine in pure LFS, average temperature 80 degrees, humidity over 70%, 6 inches under two 4ft 6000k fluorescent light bulbs. They are not getting any color, I'm afraid, but are producing a lot of dew. Having never grown from seed, I can't really help you there.

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