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    They are beautiful plants. I have some on the way as well and is looking forward to recieving them. It is nice to see all of the sharing!
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    Yeah, this is going to be a big gemmae season, I think. I have lots of pygmies thanks to Tamlin's generosity, and hopefully I'll be able to spread the love come fall.

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    Quote[/b] ]Did you notice that Cephalotus88's were faster on the draw than Vic Brown's, though sown at the same time and kept in identical conditions?
    I didn't keep track of this detail unfortunately.

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    Hey! I just loooooved that shot! They really look like little robots (well, in my own world they do )!

    So, where did you put the container that grew? What did you do different this time around?

    Thanks in advance for the info!

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    I also got gemmae from BCK, the resulting plants from which are doing great. I'd love to post pics, but I lack a digital cam, and by the time I get one it will be dormancy.

    Thanks again, BCK! o/
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    Yeah! Awesome. I tried them once, and they did great, but then They all disapeared.. Overnight. It was really wierd. I guess something ate them... Wierd. I cant wait till this fall!

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    Hi CPC this time I put them out in the green house instead of in my inside growing area. I guess the main differences would include; outside there is a night time drop of about 15 degrees... the humidity (on adverage) is higher by about 20% putting it up to 55%-65%, and getting natural sun rather than the flourecent tubes I use inside... So, I guess it was one of those things that did it...
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    Here is a picture of BCK's gemmae, that came from Cephalotus88, taken a couple months ago. Next to it is Vic Brown's, mostly obscurred. Obviously, the clarity is greatly suffering, but it was the best I could do.


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