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Thread: D. paradoxa in water only

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    Hey Jimscott, hows that D. paradoxa doing these days??
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    @adnedarn: what species do you have sprouted in your photo? Did you just take cuttings or were they more pulling-like with portions of the main plant attached?
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    I believe it was petiolaris. They were pullings of the main plants when I got them in, generally a few leaves as a group along with the white of the main plant.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bflocpfan View Post
    Hey Jimscott, hows that D. paradoxa doing these days??
    That plant ultimately died.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jimscott View Post
    That plant ultimately died.
    I am sorry to hear it.

    Quote Originally Posted by adnedarn View Post
    I believe it was petiolaris. They were pullings of the main plants when I got them in, generally a few leaves as a group along with the white of the main plant.
    Andrew
    Thanks, Andrew.
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    @bluemax
    Tearing the plant into clumps is a very dependable way to multiple the non or less hairy petiolaris complex species like paradoxa.

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    Bummer....

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    I have one plant left....

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