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    Not the best picture in the world, but:


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    Does it still produce the plantlet if the flower is pollenated?

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    Very impressive. I love D. prolifera. I killed mine though.
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    do i leave the bloom stem attached till i see growth of the plantlett? and do i do this now or after the bloom wilts a little, want to try the propagation you all suggested or yall how ever you like it , I'm a little southern , gitit?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jimmy conner View Post
    do i leave the bloom stem attached till i see growth of the plantlett?
    I usually keep them attached until I want to move the new plant - which is usually after it has a few leaves & some roots.

    Quote Originally Posted by jimmy conner View Post
    ...and do i do this now or after the bloom wilts a little ...
    I stick them in a clump of live LFS when they'll reach (but before it finally wilts). Typically, you have plenty of time as the shoot just keeps extending the stem between each flower & you have several flowers yet (& probably more after that). Your's could reach a separate pot now or you could bend it around & stick it in the LFS in the current pot or wait a while .... They're flexible. Soon you'll have a 2nd runner from the parent & then another & then one coming out of one of the new babies and then ......
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