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    If only D. paradoxa root cuttings were a viable way to reproduce this plant! You'd have dozens of little ones. Thanks for posting a pic.

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    It's funny this thread came up because I recently had a lone D. paradoxa seedling pop up in one of my Ceph pots. I sowed a bunch of them throughout my collection a while back and it seems this little guy is the only survivor, not to mention my first D. paradoxa!

    It seems to be growing quite rapidly so far. I'm really happy it germinated

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    when it grows a stem, do you bury the stem too?

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    I don't think it gets buried in the wild. Mine has a stem, but I leave it above the soil

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    Quote Originally Posted by [b
    Quote[/b] ]when it grows a stem, do you bury the stem too?
    Interesting... never tried that. I've noticed that in places where I pulled leaf cuttings the plant produced long roots. There should be a topic on that here on the forum somewhere.

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