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    The D. helodes gemmae that I sowed in November are beginning to form scapes. And yet, there are others that have gone a whole year with no flowering... or even gemmae.

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    Nice Jim!

    BTW, I started some Scorpioides gemmae in Pro-Mix potting & seeding mix with some extra perlite mixed in and they germinated! So far so good. Just an FYI.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tommyr View Post
    Nice Jim!

    BTW, I started some Scorpioides gemmae in Pro-Mix potting & seeding mix with some extra perlite mixed in and they germinated! So far so good. Just an FYI.
    I'm not familiar with the product. What's in it? Did Taz snap or something?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jimscott View Post
    I'm not familiar with the product. What's in it? Did Taz snap or something?

    LOL! It's a standard potting soil mix found around here, I prefer it over anything else for "Regular" houseplants and outdoor potting jobs. This contains (per the bag): Canadian peat moss, Perlite, Limstone (for PH adjustment) and a wetting agent.

    http://www.newpromix.com/

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    D. pulchella x occidentalis

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    Gorgeous flowers for such tiny plants!

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    D. palecaea

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    D. leioblastus

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