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    Hey, i have a D intermediate which was flowering and my hot lights burnt the flower. Where the burnt part was, there was a small seedling!!! i tried to get pics but it's blurr. So now theres a small plant growing on the flower. Anyone had this before? Will it survive

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    I already saw D.rotundifolia doing it in nature, and I think there is a VFT with a similar comportement on Dean Cooks website... It is surprising for sure [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html312/non-cgi/emoticons/smile.gif[/img]

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    Yes, this sometimes will form a new plant that you can cut off and root in the soil. I believe this is called vegatative apoximis or something like that.

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    Yes,and schnell entered in the theory that it is caused,at least in vfts,by warm days followed by frosty nights.
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