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Thread: Ceph cuttings updated.

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    Stovepipe (The Beast) RIP My friend. JMatt's Avatar
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    Ceph cuttings updated.

    These are some of the cuttings I think I posted back in January.
    Mostly pitcher cuttings, all Hummers Giants. No disasters as of yet.
    JMatt






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    Stovepipe (The Beast) RIP My friend. JMatt's Avatar
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    I forgot to update this little guy.
    This Hummers Giant isn't looking too shabby considering it is growing in just clay pebbles.
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    omg!!! how the....... man!! this plant seriously seems to grow like weeds for you jmatt Insane plants.

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    I love the coloration on the hummers giant. Glad your cuttings are doing well. That's really cool. I am interested in seeing how the hummers giant does over a long time in the clay pellets.

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    Beautiful & healthy lookin plants there Jeff! Looks like you get good seasonal variation having the Spring leaves an all.. Have you ever gotten any of the weird, in-between leaves?

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    Nice. I'm going to try a baby in some Profile pellets.

    Can I ask how big/deep that pot with the clay pellets is, and how much water it's in?

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    Great job! And keep pulling leaves!

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    I think that pot is a 7 inch wide, and deep pot. I figured I didn't want to have to repot for a long time with this one. There is a float gauge that you monitor the water with. I think probably around an inch of water is in the outside pot when the inside pot is in it. Sounds like a lot of water, but pull the main pot out and you probably only have a half inch of water.
    You always need water in there, the clay pebbles dry out quickly. It's a wick system.

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