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    cheers Mark,singalana is a great species and seems to like my poor conditions more than most

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    first pics for you bluemax (Mark) d.hilaris ,this is the healthier looking plantlet and the pot with the main plant not looking as dewy d.cuneifolia has lost almost all red pigment in the winter sun Robc glamour pics think a bigger pot is in order this spring tillandsia tricolour flower (not the best pic) p.esseriana putting out loads of flowers ,i am well chuffed n.hamata looking hungry

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    Your D.hilaris are looking great !

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    Cheers.just wish i could propagate it.Leaf pullings and root cuttings have failed

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    I've never grown it but isn't it somewhat close to D.cistiflora ? Maybe splitting dormant roots would work.

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    I shall look into that.cheers for the tip.Do you actually split the root down the length

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    The roots of D.cistiflora sort of divide while in active growth and once they're dormant can be pulled apart and broken up a bit. I'm thinking D.hilaris may do a similar thing.

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    Cool,thanks

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