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Thread: Meet "Medusa," my 20-year old Czech Giant Cephalotus follicularis

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    Meet "Medusa," my 20-year old Czech Giant Cephalotus follicularis

    Pictures always speak louder than words. God, what a monster of a plant. I haven't seen anything on this forum that even comes close to this, let alone my other monster specimens such as Golden Clumper and Eden Black.

    Happy New Year, Terraforums. Enjoy the pics!






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    20 year old? That's... a bit small for a 20-year old ceph... like, miniscule :O

    Are you sure? or is this another joke, like your "12-year old red hummers giant" or whatever?
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    pet: look at these threads for some serious beasts so you don't leave this thread disappointed -

    http://www.terraforums.com/forums/sh...giant+bigbella
    http://www.terraforums.com/forums/sh...att+cephalotus

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    It's just more misleading words, like describing his dark ceph as an Eden Black and the 12 year Red Hummer.

    What we're looking at, is a DIVISION from a specimen of that age.

    It's nice though.

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    There's no "division" here, bro

    What we're looking at, is a DIVISION from a specimen of that age.
    This is the mother plant, no divisions, bro.

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    Seriously?....

    Did you miss the pics I posted in 1 of your threads?





    This picture is from a 5 1/2 year old plant.


    I think we have a troll on the forums.....


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    1- I AM A LADY. GET THAT!

    2- Ah, so you typo'd then, and meant "2 years old" because for 20 years, that's just sad.
    Last edited by adnedarn; 12-31-2010 at 05:14 PM.

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    Nice Cephalotus, it's better than mine!
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