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    D. callistos & D. pulchella 'Big Brook'

    Thanks to Thez_yo & Mark,ca::










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    Aww so cute! Pygmies may be hard getting through one full year, but luckily they produce gemmae 2X a year for me so I just keep replanting

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    I'm learning that as well. It broke my heart to have lost the whole colony of some of them, especially D. lasiantha. Unfortunately for me, after flowering and dying, I was left with no heirs.

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