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    Just some petiolaris group pics

    D. falconeri "Palmerston" 1 month after dormancy



    D. falconeri TAHBWG 2 months post de-flask



    D. falconeri HL



    And my best D. ordensis: TAHBWG clone #2

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    Ooooo.....

    Nice Dews, Pyro!!

    How difficult are those to grow and sustain?
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    Hey Fryster,

    For me they are not difficult but then it took me some time and research to get the conditions right for them. As beginner plants I do not recommend them except maybe D. paradoxa. If you do your research and can provide the conditions they like then they are very rewarding.
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    My D. ordensis seedlings I sprouted last year just resumed growth from winter dormancy. Every single one of them survived, YAY!!! hehe Yours look good man!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pyro View Post
    As beginner plants I do not recommend them except maybe D. paradoxa. If you do your research and can provide the conditions they like then they are very rewarding.
    Amen, brother! I received seeds and maybe 10 plants germinated.... and they kept on propogating, vegetatively, for a couple years. What I believe was a chill that exceeded their tolerance, killed the whole colony. But they were nice while they lasted. Here's a 2 year old ago picture:



    I've got a new plant, courtesy of JLAP.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jimscott View Post
    Amen, brother! I received seeds and maybe 10 plants germinated.... and they kept on propogating, vegetatively, for a couple years. What I believe was a chill that exceeded their tolerance, killed the whole colony. But they were nice while they lasted.
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    How did you manage to germinate petiolaris-complex seeds? Does D. falconeri readily germinate from seeds?

    cheers

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    [QUOTE=Pyro;830413]D. falconeri "Palmerston" 1 month after dormancy



    You're insane. Such fanastic plants!!!!

    Edit: That pic was supposed to be in a quote...

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    Very nice! I see your "de-flask" photo... do you do leaf cuttings as well, or prefer TC? Did I ever send you a falconeri, hence the "HL" or am I assuming something...

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