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    Red spots might be several things. Could be fungal disease. See one on almost all sarrs. Could be normal thing. Could be acid reflux ate too many yellow jackets

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    That D. neocaledonica is cool-looking. I'll have to research that one.
    - Mark

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    Nice! I really like yous ceph! Mine is still a baby

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    acid reflux.. that made me laugh so hard chocolate milk came out my nose.
    You crack me up Mach.

    Thanks Mark. Still just a baby, but I hear it's a tough grow.. so happy about it's current condition.

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    Since you're here, I took these pics just for you.

    BE N. villosa towering over hamata. Letting it know who's boss.



    the hamata clone who knows.



    there's an ephippiata in there somewhere. BE N. lowii to it's left



    basals coming up on that same lowii. Didn't notice until I looked at this pic, but there's a node growth starting on the stalk near the corner of the pot



    home grown N. lowii seedling



    BE N. macrophylla being camera shy



    N. ventricosa x x TM



    EP veitchii x lowii just hanging out. D. zonaria in the corner back there.



    little guy from x Trusmadiensis clone 1



    baby N. aristolochoides



    D. graomogolensis and son



    N. truncata x veitchii HL



    N. maxima x veitchii HL



    old N. Song of Melancholy



    5 different locales of D. ascendens. Can you find all five?



    N. jamban seedlings



    D. capensis "Bain's Rocket" and D. capensis 'Bain's Kloof'



    From left to right.. N. Song of Melancholy, Droso, Hummer's Giant, and H. minor


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    I am always amazed with your plants...

    Can you tell what kind of pot are you using for ceph?

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    Quote Originally Posted by dyzio View Post
    I am always amazed with your plants...

    Can you tell what kind of pot are you using for ceph?
    Thank you.
    It's a death cube converted into a pot. Just drilled holes into the bottom for drainage.

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    Incredible update, Travis; pic dumps are the best kind of update. How long have you had that huge lowii, and is it Trusmadi?

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