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    d.occidentalis (from gemmae)

    here are my d.occidentalis from this springs gemmae.

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    They're just plain, straight up occidentalis, not a cross with something else? I'd be interested in gemmae.

    ---------- Post added at 03:37 PM ---------- Previous post was at 03:34 PM ----------

    For the lark of it, this is D. pulchella & occidentalis:


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    those look great. The red coloration really stands out. The flower seems to have a deep pink/red coloration to it. Did you do anything special to get the moss to start growing in the pot. I think that it looks really cool to have the plant and then the natural looking moss on the surface of the pot as well.

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