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    Very good photos Marcus, and your plants are looking great-well done.

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    Hi All,
    Is my Cephalotus a tipical one?
    Thank you.

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    It may likely be the typical form but it may get larger with age -- even though it has reached flowering maturity. Many of my typical plants rival the larger forms from time to time . . .
    “Sì perché l'autorità dell'opinione di mille nelle scienze non val per una scintilla di ragione di un solo . . ."

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    Thank you Big Bella.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marcos Ono View Post
    Hi All,
    Is my Cephalotus a tipical one?
    Thank you.
    I think it's a typical Marcus,but don't be downbeat,it's still a lovely plant.Also "typicals" can sometimes show their own individual traits,I have one that sometimes will throw out a 2" pitcher, that's way above the norm. You have flower stalks,well,you can wait and harvest seed,or you can cut them off now and cut them into about 1" segments,then stick them in some live sphagnum and you may end up with some plantlets.Be patient though, any form of propogating Cephs can take months.

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    Thank you for your information, Petescephs.

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    This is some seedlings of cephalotus harvest by me and sowed last year.

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    awsome! they took a long time, but at least they sprouted!

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