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    I copied you, nightsky. Sowed 5 different kinds of gemmae (roseana, carbarup, occidentalis x pulchella, pygmeae, and Trichocaulis) with a layer of white sand on top, under T8s . I can only hope my results are as good!
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    I did as cpholic said, a 50/50 mix of sand and peat, topped with about a half inch of sand.

    I should have made the sand layer a little deeper; on another pygmy pot the sand is discolored from the peat below. I think if it was thicker this wouldnt have happened.

    Btw cpholic your badgeruos look great!

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    Those are some amazing plants!
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    Very nice coloring! Who knew T8's could do that
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    I really like the contrast of the red dews on the white sand. Very nice! When my Lake Badgerups make gemmae, I'm going to have to copy that.

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