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Thread: Like a phoenix from the ashes... D. graomogolensis

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    great to hear the news B. Hopefully you can find conditions to correctly clone the plant. Good luck!

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    Well, I was hoping for some additional specimens... didn't expect this though. Ive obviously found the method

    The majority have roots about 7" in length. They were slightly tangled but totally separate from each other... including the runts I ended up with 20 I think

    Please no inquires.... There are a few generous people who have taken good care of me in the past, so I plan on repaying a few favors... the rest I will keep







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    Man, look at those roots

    You gotta try some cuttings.
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    Am I seeing things correctly? Are those just massive, massive tap roots? Or just some large gauged wire that got misplaced? Wow.

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    Wow, so long for something so small.
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    That's what she said.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nitecrawler View Post
    That's what she said.
    I KNEW IT! I knew someone was going to say that!
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    LMAO!!

    Wow! fantastic B! damn those roots are long. Sheesh!! I remember the last time I was shocked by roots was when I saw an almost stem like root structure of an adult capensis.

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