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    So what is the fake eymae? fusca?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dexenthes View Post
    So what is the fake eymae? fusca?
    A lot of sellers who sell you an "Eymae" will slip you a maxima. Maxima's are closely related to Eymae like Macrophylla is closely related to Edwardsiana. To a newbe, A maxima can be passed on as an Eymae.

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    Astonishing! For sure a very gorgeous plant, hope you can get cuttings soon I would like to have one! I wish you the best of the lucks with that plant, hopefully this time she will make it.

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    oh wow VERY nice! couple questions, is it rooted? what are you planning on crossing it with? and more pics in a few weeks when it gets established to your conditions please? lol.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jafvortex93 View Post
    oh wow VERY nice! couple questions, is it rooted? what are you planning on crossing it with? and more pics in a few weeks when it gets established to your conditions please? lol.

    Hi there. Shes an Unrooted cutting, but she is already showing signs of new growth. The unfolding new leaf is just about fully unfolded now, showing the new healthy leaf. I plan on crossing her with any of my Veitchii hybrids and of course any of my species.
    It seems like she is taking a very quick liking to my growing conditions already in my greenhouse. Much quicker then when I first tried her over a year ago. First time I tried her, she ended up flowering while in the rooting process, probably due to stress. This time she doesn't seem to be stressed at all.

    I'm actually gonna add a couple more new pics of her today to show the new progress on the unfolding new leaf.

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    Took some new pics of the quick progress. First pic is from my Female Eymae. Shes already unfolding her new leaf much quicker than I expected.



    A group shot of all 3 cuttings all doing very well and showing no signs of stress. Must be because that there all H/L's and thanks to the cooler temps here. Makes them feel right at home. The lower leaves on my Female Eymae aren't really that yellow. Its just how the light reflects off of the wet leaves.


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    Wo! That's a fast plant! Hope it continues to grow that fast in the future.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cosmo View Post
    Wo! That's a fast plant! Hope it continues to grow that fast in the future.
    Me to, lol. The sooner she roots and gets tall enough to flower, the better. I really want to have my own homemade Eymae hybrids growing in my greenhouse someday. I just cant wait to see her in her pure species beauty alone. Eymae alone is a Fantastic plant.

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