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    OK, so my B.liniflora has formed a really tall stem. Since none of the seeds have germinated so far, I was going to try an experiment to try to keep it in my collection. Since it has such a tall stem,I was wondering if I could chop the stem up to about 2 inches from the soil surface, and try to root the pieces kinda like nep cuttings? Has anybody ever tried this and had success?
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    Bylbis cant be rooted from cuttings except roots. for roots just cut the biggest thickest root
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    I was told by a long time grower that the top can be rooted.
    I tried it once and was not successful.


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    Well, I tried each method. I will see if they work, and if they do, which one works better.
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