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My P. gigantea has taken off this spring so wanted to share a few quick photos. Its potted in a 5" pot that is no where to be seen when looking from above.

Toothpick is for size reference.

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Here it is with a moranensis type ping which is in a 2" pot.
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And beside the even smaller P. jaumavensis
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P. jaumavensis by itself, again in a 2" pot.
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Wire Man

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That's a monster. I thought you were growing it hydroponically at first, judging from the photos. I usually prefer the little ones, but P. gigantea is always a fun one.
 
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Thanks guys.

Usually just bloodworms Brie, but sometimes I also mix up some weak fertilizer and mist the plants with it.
 
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