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Thread: my cephs.. now. (i tried propagating using live lfs)

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    my cephs.. now. (i tried propagating using live lfs)

    alright guys.... i did some leaf pullings...around 20 days ago.. and planted them on live long fiber sphagnum.. no results seen yet, but some leaves turned yellow.. some remain green!!!









    just some live LFS on my baby truncata pot =)




    ill update you guys about it!

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    I've always wondered.......................................


    Would rooting hormone powder help with leaf pullings to strike?

    I guess it might be species dependent I suppose. . .
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    If that's how the leaves look, after 3 weeks, then you will have a bazillion plantlets in February.

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    that doesnt look like a truncata

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    I was thinking just the same thing. The stem sort of looks like truncata, but then again, I don't own one so I'm probably wrong.
    Edit: Are truncata's stem/vine fuzzy? I can see hair on it. Maybe it could be veitchii?
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    N. truncata leaves are like little heart shaped squares.

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    I have to agree with the everyone, here is what a truncata that size should look like http://triffidpark.com.au/htm_pages/...n_truncata.jpg
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    Quote Originally Posted by SirKristoff View Post
    that doesnt look like a truncata
    most baby neps never look like what theyre supposed to unless adult. truncata is one of them.. they undergo drastic changes in leaf and pitcher shape and pitcher colour.

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