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    Dark Seed Grown Cephalotus Northcliffe

    A very colorful location cephalotus seedling from across the pond by CPUK grower Dimitar. It is great to see genetic diversity in addition to the number of colorful cephalotus cultivars and clones on the market today.





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    Wow, amazing plant !

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    Never seen the like. But that's what seed grown is all about!
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    I'd still be very careful what I called a cephalotus clone. Looking at the CPUK thread there is no mention of the growing conditions or if supplemental/artificial lighting was involved. This is VERY important as seen below. I have no reason to believe this plant was not grown with natural sunlight but I know what can be done. I see purple seed grown Cephs on e-bay added every few days and I'd bet they are all LED colored.


    Ceph. 'Hummer's Giant' by randallsimpson, on Flickr

    Should be an Emo Point

    DSC_0167 by randallsimpson, on Flickr

    And I could post a dozen more examples of artificial lighting purpling clones. Keep in mind I run my LEDs at 50% or so power, they could run a lot brighter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RSS View Post
    I'd still be very careful what I called a cephalotus clone. Looking at the CPUK thread there is no mention of the growing conditions or if supplemental/artificial lighting was involved. This is VERY important as seen below. I have no reason to believe this plant was not grown with natural sunlight but I know what can be done. I see purple seed grown Cephs on e-bay added every few days and I'd bet they are all LED colored.


    Ceph. 'Hummer's Giant' by randallsimpson, on Flickr

    Should be an Emo Point

    DSC_0167 by randallsimpson, on Flickr

    And I could post a dozen more examples of artificial lighting purpling clones. Keep in mind I run my LEDs at 50% or so power, they could run a lot brighter.
    cool pics pokie, do you know what the lighting conditions are?

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    Eww! Yuck! Those are just horrible! I think you both should just pack those hideous things up and mail them to me !!! LOL

    Awesome plants, guys!
    Last edited by DragonsEye; 12-05-2014 at 04:16 PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DragonsEye View Post
    Eww! Yuck! Those are just horrible! I think you both should just pack those hideous things up and mail them to me !!! LOL

    Awesome plants, guys!
    Got a laugh out of me!
    Last edited by theplantman; 12-05-2014 at 04:32 PM.

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    That is a beautiful plant but like rss said lighting can make that happen but is there any that can not turn purple with intense light that is a clone I would like

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