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Thread: Cephalotus 'Hummer's Giant'

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    Stovepipe (The Beast) RIP My friend. JMatt's Avatar
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    Glad to see it is doing well!
    Looks quite happy.
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    Is JustLikeAPill's a hummer or a regular? I seriously can't tell the difference =.= Mind if I post a photo of the one I have growing to ask for a comparison too?

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    Hummer. It's young, though, so the size is that of a regular Cephalotus. Keep in mind that any Cephalotus will be smaller (but much more colorful) when grown in high light.


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    Just wanted to uptade: A new pitcher opened a few days ago, it's green with splotches of purple, very nice looking. These growth points are exploding! I'm getting 2 new pitcher buds and 1 new leaf all from the same point at the same time! It's crazy! And they're all coming out dark purple too. Oh the excitment. Two out of 5 cuttings have already taken root and I can see a tiny green growth forming at the cuts. So far, none have rotted.

    Just so everyone knows, well I don't know if it make a difference, but I've sorta been leaving the lights on 24/7 ever since I got it to get it moving quicker. Haven't noticed anything on my electric bill yet but I should probably go check again...
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    Okie dokie. Here are photos. They all look the same to me!

    Australian Giant:




    German Giant:




    Typical:


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    I must say that they look nice and healthy. Just young.
    Give them time, I'm sure they will turn out real nice. They all kind of look similar at a young age. I am really not familiar with those clones and how they look as mature plants.
    Like the Hummers Giants, I have heard that those do get quite large also.
    If you ever have cuttings maybe we can do a trade sometime.
    JMatt

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    Just a quick update. Check the first page!

    Does anyone know where to get cloning gel in the bay area?
    Last edited by cprus; 03-03-2008 at 04:09 PM. Reason: cloning gel

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