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    what is the minimal d.capensis flowering size?
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    what do you mean?
    from seed, it takes them about 6 months to flower.
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    How big is a mature d.capensis in diameter
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    How big is a mature d.capensis in diameter?
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    varies my typical and albino are about 6-7 inches in diameter and are mature but i think they mature at smaller than this. i think they started flowering at about 4 inches in diameter.
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    Well you will not want them to flower once they have. You will get about 3000 seeds per scape for big plants.

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    As Rattler indicates, 4-6" is about right. Mine was about 5" when it began a flower. Barely identifiable is the beginings a flower scape in this photo.

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    nothing wrong with all those seeds, mine are continually in flower and i have only found ONE seedling capensis where its not supposed to be. capensis may be a "weed" but its easy to identify and remove seedlings from where their not wanted. that said i wish their flowers stayed open longer, i rarely get to see them actually open.
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