A very nice thread. I have found this species to be tricky to get a good photo of but you guys have inspired me. I'll post if you post, Heather.
@Kulamauiman: I really like that triple split leaf. Any explanation for why it has grown that way?
A cold one that is not cold is scarcely a one at all. - SB
Oops!! Sorry everyone! It keeps raining. I will seriously try to get good shots of them Tuesday.
But to hold you over until then here is a picture of my very first filiformis (from the lovely DJ!!) when I got him and before I putted him up. I call him Phil. It was so little and cute.
Flowers finally opened up on my fili
True Bugs really Suck
Awesome flower shot!
Mach that is really weird...
I was able to get a few okay pictures today. The rain keeps washing all the dew off so they look sad. I am hoping to get pictures of the babies soon.
This is a shot of the one I posted above as of today! Phil has grown!
The California Sunset.
My first baby of the season! This seed came from Phil, I am so proud!
And this gem, I drew today. I just finished it about an hour ago actually haha. This is me being eaten by a filiformis.
Have a tracyi as well but it only has two sticky branches now. The filiformis above are in a terrarium. They don't seem to do nearly as well outside despite being sub-tropical/tropical plants.
Last edited by Gigantea; 06-12-2013 at 09:29 AM.
Got the little leaf cuttings transplanted on Sunday in peat and silica sand, they're already showing more growth. I just used a spoon to scoop them up with the peat around them so I wouldn't disturb the roots.