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    ok i have one little(literally) D. pulchella. how would it and others do in a community pot? im thinking Pulchella, Scorpiodes, and palacea trichocaulis. and maby som others.
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    It sounds good, but I would use something else other than D. scorpioedes because it will totally disporportion the sizes of plants in the pot

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    They'll do fine together. It may get a little difficult to be able to distinguish one pigmy from another, particularly when dealing with several crosses of the same species, but they are definitely compatible. After a season of them spreading gemmae, it will become a chore to keep them separate, but it's up to you as to how you want to arrange them.

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    thanks but my plan is to not have them in any certain arrangement. when they flower i hope to have a shower of color and you cant say that you dont want a carpet of death haha
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