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    H.pulchella clump

    Divided one of my pulchella's this morning

    here she is soaking in the brew


    after I got done I had some pulchella "litter" so I did a quick ebay... LOL 2nd person to view the auction bought the group, dang I should have asked for more LOLOLOL



    a big congrats to the new owner!

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    Wowza!

    How long has it been since you last transplanted that clump? Do you typically get 100% survival with rootless clumps?
    All the best,
    Ron
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    Ron, been a couple years for this pot.... and yeah, anymore i do but it depends on their condition. If they are already desiccated then there is not much hope or if they are too small.

    The bidder got 4 or 5 with roots though.... so they did very well indeed

    Most of these would dwarf the one you got a while back and you've done great with it mate

    But properly done all of these would be no problem at all

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    Hot dang, you shoulda posted some on here because I'm sure I would have found something to trade you for/with!

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    Z,

    They are usually promised out a year or two in advance, its rare to have anything left over... However, if money wasnt so tight I would have posted the "litter"

    besides, I believe you're on the list already :P

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    2 years only?? looked like s 10 year old plant! wow! thanks for sharing!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Av8tor1 View Post
    Z,

    They are usually promised out a year or two in advance, its rare to have anything left over... However, if money wasnt so tight I would have posted the "litter"
    ...Well I suppose it would be with the sorts of plants you grow...


    Quote Originally Posted by Av8tor View Post
    besides, I believe you're on the list already :P

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    Just when i think I've seen your Helis at their best Butch, you always manage to pull something out of your sleeve! lol Wowza that's big clump! Congrats

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