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    This is only the beginning buddy. Can't wait to see that rack this time next year.

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    Gah it looks so good! Your Sib is what inspired me to get my recently arrived one.

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    I kid you not. Square pots are the best invention in the history of horticulture!

    Beautiful plants!
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    Took this picture at the Portland Nursery today. Is double inflorescence a common thing among neps?


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    Every time I go to that Portland nursery I feel bad cause those nep looks so bad. I have saved two of them and one is Easily at four feet now.
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    Wistuba arrived! Everything looks great, with the exception of one little thing..


    Out of all the plants, of course it was the edwardsiana that had issues. The plant was severed form the sphagnum ball that still held its roots. Contacted AW, who said this shouldn't be an issues with this particular species because of the succulent-like roots. I suppose only time will tell.







    muluensis actually had three plants growing off the root ball. Didn't bother trying to pry these two larger ones apart, but it could have been easily done.




    lowii murud





    villosa, a little on the small root side, but should be fine.





    edwardsiana, all bagged up and hopefully ready to start rooting!





    peltata





    hamata clone 1





    tenuis





    H. minor divided when I placed the sphagnum ball in water.









    Hopefully in a few weeks these babies will be healthy, hardened, and bag-free.

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    wow that peltata is huge! Good luck with the eddie

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    Some of those are quite a bit bigger than I expected from Wistuba. Gives me hope on my incoming order.

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