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Thread: Jcals ceph (Cephalotus) seed results.

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    Been almost a year and the seedlings are coming along quite nicely!!! A few of them are about the size of a quarter.



    Growing this one in high humidity and low light. Already has a intermediate pitcher!



    These two red plants stood out since the beginning so I separated them out early. Same everything...they just have better coloration.


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    Nicely done jcal, I am growing a batch in high humidity and fairly low light and it seems like the way to go, just got the pain of acclimatisation when the time comes

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    Quote Originally Posted by katya_dog1 View Post
    So, Jcal-- Do I need to stratify my seeds? They're a couple weeks old, in a pot in the fridge now. Should I just take them out and forget about stratification?

    this is a nice cross I've got, and I'd like as many seedlings to germinate as possible. Thank you in advance!
    I did not strat. Sowed right away and had great results doing so. I would only consider it if the seed were a few months old.

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    Quote Originally Posted by corky View Post
    Nicely done jcal, I am growing a batch in high humidity and fairly low light and it seems like the way to go, just got the pain of acclimatisation when the time comes
    I just checked out your thread. good stuff. Joseph gave some good advice about feeding. It is a pain but I can tell a difference.

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    Showing first signs of maturity!



    Divided up some but plenty more left to do...


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    Nicely done Jcal , great when the first mature looking pitchers start, growing them from seed gives great satisfaction eh

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    The two clones I have didn't come from seeds, but they did start out in my care with immature pitchers....definitely an exciting moment when you see that first mature pitcher pop out!
    Everything has a reason, whether big or small. Never underestimate the power of what is or is not.
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    Quote Originally Posted by corky View Post
    Nicely done Jcal , great when the first mature looking pitchers start, growing them from seed gives great satisfaction eh
    Indeed. It is a great feeling. Now when one of these flower I will have arrived! Lol

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