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    Quote Originally Posted by jesse View Post
    "Months to take" is the timing when planting leaf cuttings with nothing else but a leaf, and not with parts of rhizomes that already have emerging growing points.
    aaahhh... so thats why they grew so fast

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    just askin... will you be keeping these? not that i expect free cephs at the trading post, i just wondered if they will ever be up for trade

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    Quote Originally Posted by sarracenia_X View Post
    aaahhh... so thats why they grew so fast

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    just askin... will you be keeping these? not that i expect free cephs at the trading post, i just wondered if they will ever be up for trade
    sarracenia, please take a look at her location.... it's just more feasible to trade/purchase within country.
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    Quote Originally Posted by amphirion View Post
    sarracenia, please take a look at her location.... It's just more feasible to trade/purchase within country.
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    Well, phytosanitary certs for importations are not impossible to get locally. But I am lazy. LOL

    Hmm, I wonder what APHIS will do to a Cephalotus rhizome from this part of the world...

    The temperatures are in the range of 80-87F for the past week. The cuttings are under T5 lights but at one end. There is also a box of Byblis seedlings on top of them so there isn't a lot of light.
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    Cephalotus is no longer listed under CITES so no permits and paper needed there.

    With a phytosanitary certificate and free of any soil/media it could be shipped to the US with the proper APHIS permits. Shipping by air would probably pretty steep though. I don't recall any specific restrictions on Cephalotus coming from Singapore.
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    That was speedy! I like the before and after pics.

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    Following the instructions of the grandmaster-shifu...





    The cutting I am not cutting further.
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    Well done Cindy. Live sphagnum helps also.

    Didn't you want to make leaf and/or pitcher "pullings" for lack of a better term.
    Most cuttings do take easier and faster without pitchers to dry them out from no roots to replentish them.
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