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Thread: Cuttings of assorted Byblis species

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    B. guehoi cutting - roots formed in perlite + water


    B. guehoi cuttings in sphagnum moss - this method works equally well


    B. guehoi branch on the main plant where a cutting was taken - offshoot produced after just 5 days!


    B. rorida cuttings producing offshoots - main plant's leaves were mostly yellowing when the cuttings were taken so this is a nice surprise.
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    Wow, I didn't know they did that!
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    Very useful info, Cindy! Thanks for doing the work (nice shots, too.)

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    B. guehoi cuttings in the egg container.


    Success - B. rorida cutting on the left.
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    LOL! No perlite?

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    Rooted in perlite, potted in LFS! LOL
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    These are slow!

    15 Oct - the leaves have already turned brown on the plant so I cut them away


    24 Nov - interestingly, the new shoots appeared very close to the base of the stem
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    Awesome! Byblis is an amazing plan! Never grown any myself though... Are they difficult? Id love to get myhands on one soon. They look like sundew trees

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