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    Dear all:

    3 months ago, i showed you a picture where i managed to root a very tiny immature ceph pitcher. Those pitchers in which the lid is as big as the rest of the pitcher. Well, it finally died, but it left me this: the dead pitcher is the only one visible to the left. To the right is the rest of the plant.

    .jpg[img]http://home.**********.com/agustinfranco/images/cephimmcut.jpg[/img]

    this shows that one should be able to propagate a new ceph plant from virtually any part of the mother plant!!..

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    cool picture, i hope i can come to you for help whenever i need it for my cephs.

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    Sorry for the loss. But cool pic anyway
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    I Think he`s saying the pitcher died but left him ababy plant,lol.
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    That's great! I may have to look into performing the same procedure on mine. Did you us a rooting hormone?

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    Why the heliamphora are they so prohibitively expensive if they are easy to propagate?[img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html312/non-cgi/emoticons/rock.gif[/img]
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