Why can't my Capensis look like that?!?
"I may be on the side of angels, but do not mistake me for one."
Aaron... doesn't that first pic look like something you would post? That's just the way the camera perceived it. I didn't play with the color.
Do ya think I can officially call it a colony of natalensis? I've posted in the ID forum before it was inconclusive.
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Is 'Broadleaf' synonymous with 'Baines Kloof'?
Well judging by recent discussion here, if the crown is completely hairy so that there are hairs on the lamina on the back of the leaf (like the crown of my plants), then it is likely D. natalensis.
From what I've read, Broadleaf shouldn't be considered synonymous with Bains Kloof, but there are several forms of D. capensis from Bains Kloof in South Africa that do have a broad lamina. But Bains Kloof is just the location name.
D. natalensis itshall be and 'Broad Leaf' it will remain.
The seedlings are so cute!
Originally Posted by lizasaur
How do you feed those seedlings? I notice some small plants at the foot of your Capensis in one of those shots, which I assume are Capensis seedlings. Definitely about 10x bigger than mine - I've got a handful growing that have stayed the same size for a month or two. You need to feed them to get them to grow, right? But how do you feed something so tiny!
Beautiful dews, BTW!