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Thread: here is why i ignore cuttings for months on end

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    the last time i looked at this guy was May when we moved to the house. i though it was going to die as the growing tip had turned brown but i balanced the pot(inside a ziplock) next to one of my frog tanks under the lights and promptly forgot about it. tonight i happened to glance over and thought "what the heck is that?" having forgotten all about it. i opened it up and to my surprise i found this:


    my baby hamata care of a very generous person awhile back

    here are my other hamata cuttings im trying to get going


    N. bongso, pitcher off of a basal


    N. aristo, an absolute mini of a plant, i think i need another clone it is flowering size


    veitchii x eymae
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    *note to self*
    Ignore all my plants!!!
    ...That was your advice right!

    Those are some seriously good looking plants. That unopened pitcher looks awesome.

    Zac
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    lol i do basically ignore them. they get watered every other week. when i remember i mist them(maybe 4 times a week?)

    i hadnt actually opened up the plastic all the way for several weeks as the base ment has been quite cool so they havent been drying out very fast. i had no clue about the bongso pitcher forming. the aristo was a surprise but i think its fairly new anyway as its not fully inflated yet. the veitchii x eymae i have known about as its been trying to leave the chamber and is poking out of the plastic
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    Nice plants, but I just can't ignore them

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    me either especially when both of my neps have mites and they are spreading to my orchids! Nice plants though
    Alex
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