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    Hey guys, I just recieved my plant from PDX (Great trader) And it has a little oreopilla in it it is a very handsome plant and I'm guessing the oreophila added to most of that, anyway this is my first experience with a oreo and i must say i will be looking forward to the next
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    Kirk,

    Glad you liked the plant - it's a nice one. Good luck with it and I hope it does well for you.

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    Oreos are starting to look a little past their best at the moment, but come next spring you'll be glad you have one as they are usually the first to wake up.
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    I'm not sure why but my pure Oreo. is still throwing up new pitchers here in Oregon. It still looks great.

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    Alvin, I have to disagree....I just noticed the FIRST GROWTH OF THE SEASON on my oreo. Yes, you read right. The very first growth, pitcher or phyllodia, at the end of July. I was beginning to wonder...
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    You have one confused plant!
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    My oreos are now putting on their phyllodia. The pitchers are browning, spotting, collapsing...very tragic seeming, but yes, the early highlighter-green in the spring is a welcome site.
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    Quote Originally Posted by [b
    Quote[/b] ]You have one confused plant!
    True! My S. alata is even more confused, as it hasn't started to grow yet....Even longer than the oreo waited! It's still alive, the ryzome is greenish and alive-looking...don't know what gives....cool summer maybe?
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