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    Yours are waaaay ahead of mine
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    Your pygmies are looking great, Jim! How long have you been growing those?
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    Nice!! Wish mine would do this good
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    Awesome dews... what is other species in the capensis hybrid you have there, with the short/fat leaves?

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    Looks like the "bainskloof" form of D. capensis, and a very nice one at that!

    Jimscott, do you use supplemental lighting, or just natural light? I also live in western New York, and have a great south-facing windowsill, but I've never tried anything on it.

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    I think you are looking at the D. nidiformis.

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