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    Lol, the last picture reminded me of a tree or broccoli. Very nice.
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    very nice as always B! I think I need to divide mine as well. its been 2 years since It has been in that pot and its stalled as well.

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    You're doing a great service, particularly for the benefit of the novice growers here; nothing better dispels the persistent myth of the "spun-glass" fragility of Cephalotus, than showcasing a bare-root specimen sized plant and dividing it up . . .

    I divide my plants every two years or so and haven't had a casualty yet . . .
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    wow now that is one massive healthy plant! How many youngsters did you get by dividing this beautiful monster? A thousand perhaps?;-) thanx 4 sharing:-)

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    thanks for the kind words..

    BB, I couldnt agree more.... after all root cuttings are one of the best ways of prop'in cephs imho..

    Klasac, actually I only made 6 divisions... I left them mostly intact, 2 large and 4 "small"

    I was mainly doing it to refresh the media

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    Av8tor1,
    I have a hard time keeping my cephs alive
    What do you use for media?
    do you use a regular home ultrasonic humidifier in ouyr mini greenhouse?
    My new grow tent setup could use more ventalation but that would lower the humidity.
    I have one of those blue and white walmart ultrasonics. would that work?
    a detailed post with pics of your setup would be great if you ever have the time for that type of thing.
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