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    Doing it wrong until I do it right. xvart's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by JMN16150 View Post
    Christmas cacti are cool, do you have a show full of little "firecrackers"?
    Not yet, it's blooming late, but perhaps in the next week they will be popping!

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    Quote Originally Posted by dozer1028 View Post






    So awesome My favorite is the angraecum. Does it fill your room with perfume at night?

    Quote Originally Posted by jwalker View Post
    I'm really not shore the florist at work gave them to me I have to on is red and one is red striped I've pollinated it if u want some seeds I'll send u some when there ready
    Perhaps, we can do a SASE amaryllis trade or something? I'm planning on crossing my 'Mont Blanc' with my red NOID dwarf
    Quote Originally Posted by xvart View Post
    Not yet, it's blooming late, but perhaps in the next week they will be popping!

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    Please, keep us updated!

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    -Some Updates-
    Hippeastrum 'Mont Blanc'




    NOID red Dwarf- possibly 'Red Velvet'

    note- mature smaller sized bulb(produced two mature stalks)


    'Amigo'


    'Minerva' and another NOID

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    My amaryllis is still a no go, but the Christmas cactus looks good.

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    carnivorous plants of the world -- unite! DragonsEye's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by JMN16150 View Post
    Did you ever try growing it like a clivia? In the wild they grow evergreen yearlong and don't know what a cold, dry dormancy is.
    They tend to bloom when they have enough energy to do so...
    LOL! I could never get Clivia to bloom either. Had a Clivia I raised from seed. After 7 or 8 yrs of it not blooming, got tired of looking at it and gave it away. Interesting, only folks I have ever known to successfully bloom their Clivia was by giving them a cold dry dormancy.

    Quote Originally Posted by dozer1028 View Post
    Angraecum sesquipedale or one of its hybrids?


    On to mine...



    Which belong to this:





















    And while not a flower, still a pretty as some:


    Too bad that the pink pup is most likely destined to die, once it falls off the mother plant.


    Forgot to include the "satellite dish"...






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    Its a Angraecum sesquipedale not a hybrid. .

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    Nice plants, I wish I can grow catts and earth stars
    Why is the pink earth star pup destined to die?

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    A lack of chlorophyll is a death sentence for a plant that is unable to parasitize another plant for nutrients.
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