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    I got some mis-labeled plants then. 'cause my older one should be putting out multi-forks by now.........

    Oh well, guess I'll have to try another different vendor.

    (unless someone has some root cuttings they wanna give me)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fryster View Post
    I got some mis-labeled plants then. 'cause my older one should be putting out multi-forks by now.........

    Oh well, guess I'll have to try another different vendor.

    (unless someone has some root cuttings they wanna give me)
    I wouldn't say that... You have to remember that my conditions are VASTLY different than yours. I live in a climate that seems tailor made for D. binata forms. Just because my plants do what they do does not mean that yours will follow suit. Give em a chance and see what they do when they really get going this spring. I am sure that its still pretty chilly, especially overnight, in Mi. compared to California.


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    Young multifidas usually look like regular binata for a while. They need to get older and bigger before you see multiple forks.
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