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    Devon - What is the plant with the short petioles in the back behind D. madagascariensis? Is it D. hilaris?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bluemax View Post
    Devon - What is the plant with the short petioles in the back behind D. madagascariensis? Is it D. hilaris?

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    Just another madagascariensis.

    Thanks for the comments everyone!

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    Haha, I just did the same thing to get rid of the fruit flies in our kitchen.
    Your plants look great! Those gnats don't look like they had a chance.

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    Thanks!

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    d hilaris

    beautiful plants
    Quote Originally Posted by bluemax View Post
    Devon - What is the plant with the short petioles in the back behind D. madagascariensis? Is it D. hilaris?

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    wait i see it too! photo 14 (&15)

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    Ooohh the one in 15 that is blurred in the back is D. capensis "alba" x aliciae

    This is what you're looking at, right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Devon.B View Post
    Ooohh the one in 15 that is blurred in the back is D. capensis "alba" x aliciae
    'Way cool! That's a great cross. 'Really looks like D. hilaris to my eye. Does it show any hybrid vigor? If so that should be one vigorous 'dew.

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    I think it's very vigorous, but it didn't like flowering very much at all... there used to be four plants in that pot. This is what it used to look like before flowering.




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