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    Everything is looking great Peatmoss! Your truncata Pasian Highlands has great color already, mine still stays mostly green

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    very nice Peat! looking good!
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    Thanks Jon and Andrew!

    @Drew: I've seen a lot of variation among the Paisan truncatas, do you know if they are seedgrown?
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    The capensis X aliciae hybrid is very pretty; a nice blending of the two growth habits. Very nice, Gabriel!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Peatmoss View Post
    Thanks Jon and Andrew!

    @Drew: I've seen a lot of variation among the Paisan truncatas, do you know if they are seedgrown?
    I bought the small one from HB listed as BE-3203 (I assume yours is the same due to size). Matching this with BE's availability list they are an assortment from 43 clones which would explain the differences. Hopefully mine starts coloring up!

    Ps. Check out my latest post in pitcher of the month Jan.

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    good looking plants, homie!

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    So far the only capes I've found that don't stem easily are red and alba.
    Everything else looks like a palm tree around here.

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    @Paul: Thanks! It's the onky Drosera hybrid I grow on purpose, and it is quite a nice one.

    @Drew: That explains the differences between the plants in cultivation. I'll PM you on OCPS about the singaporegardentek!

    @Pebes: Thanks homeslizzle!

    @Mass: Those two don't form stems at the moment. The red form has never really grown well at all. The one pictured is the "narrow leaf" form which does not make stems according to the savage garden. But whatever, it's a nice plant.
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