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    Nice surprise 2 yrs later

    I bought these D.capensis two years ago and this year I discovered a secret that reared it's head this year. I've never owned a D.binata so these aren't from me, but I'll take 'em.






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    Your binata could use a little more light IMO.





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    @skm: i think all your plants could use a little light in general!
    @clue: oh really....im trying to get rid of mine. they're invading the cuneifolia pot.
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