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    Here is my Devil Claws Seedling.

    About that first picture I did plant the Black Seeded Devil Claws with the White Seeded and I think those are my Black Seeded Devil Claw seedlings.
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    Is it the one in the mud? Or is it the big plant?
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    It's both of them that is Devil Claw Seedlings.
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    Here are some more…

    This fruit is from a plant that is growing in a 6in pot. Note how it’s stubby and how it’s distal end is blunt and not very long compared to the fruit’s body.




    This fruit is from a plant that is growing in the ground. Note how the distal end of this one is much pointier and has a more pronounced curve when compared to the one above. Also the “claw” portion is a bit longer than the fruit body. This fruit will eventually develop into a large, well formed claw, while the claw above will stay small and will look stubby and abnormal.




    Here are some of my plants:



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    Thanks for the seeds Joosa!

    I soaked 'em like 5 days, split the seed-shell and planted/sowed them on Sunday the 5th and placed the pots under my T5 lights where it is quite warm.

    I checked on them on Wednesday the 8th and wouldn't ya know it? All ten seeds that I sowed had sprouted and were about 1¼" in height!!

    Wow!! I've never seen any seed sprout like that before! This is quite the aggressive plant. It wants to live.

    How long should one wait to plant them outdoors?? Or rather, how large should they be to successfully survive the indoor/outdoor transplant?? thanks,
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fryster View Post
    How long should one wait to plant them outdoors?? Or rather, how large should they be to successfully survive the indoor/outdoor transplant?? thanks,
    They are very tough and can handle transplants at a very young age without any problems. I suggest moving them ASAP. If you leave them in the small seedling pots, their roots will become restricted and the plants may become stunted, similar to what happens with sunflower plants in small pots.

    Just remove them out of their pots taking the entire soil "plug" with them. Then place into the ground or into large pots, adding soil around them. Like this:
    http://www.hydrohobby.co.uk/images/p.../jiffysoil.jpg
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    I left them in a small pot and mine got stunted. I need to put them in the ground. Here is my first flower.
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