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    Phil,

    You rang? :-) ?? Need Photos?? "DUUUUUDDEEEEEEE" LOL...

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    LOL, Rob...you crack me up!! You're such a DUDE yourself! Yes, I'll be needing pics when this opens up.

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    Yo Yo Phil, "WATTHHHUUPPP!!!"

    No problem, always an honor to visit. Maybe I can take photos from "my special phone" LOL!! LOL!!! Wait, that may not be a good idea... HAHA!! (Like some other people have done...)

    Anyway, If I can make it in time, perhaps you can do a step by step demonstration on pollination that we can photograph for the rest of the world to see?? I'll be sure to bring macro lenses!
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    Hi all,

    Thought I would share a few photos to update since I have not posted here yet. Thanks to a trade a long time ago with Xvart and seeds from Barry/Travis I'm able to try and grow this neat plant.

    I'm keeping one clone wet in a 12" diameter x 6" deep bowl with peat and live LFS starting to accumulate. I seem to only get one elevated stolon at a time.





    Seedlings growing in a mix of LFS/peat/sand/yard weeds



    Look what I found this morning. First elevated stolon from the seed batch. Hope the weeds don't take over. I'll have to repot if they begin to.

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    Nice pics. Do you guys think the temps it experiences in the wild are cold?

    Could I grow it outside with temps of 45 Degrees F?

    Thanks,

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jefforever View Post
    Nice pics. Do you guys think the temps it experiences in the wild are cold?

    Could I grow it outside with temps of 45 Degrees F?

    Thanks,
    My guess would be warm days and cooler nights since they grow in higher elevation areas. I would think 45 degrees F during the day and night would be too cold but maybe 45 F at night occasionally would be OK as long as it got up in the 60s and 70s during the day but I'm no expert. Mine currently gets down to 55F on occasion at night.
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    ill have to check my Taylors but i do believe they grow in elevations from 500m to pretty high....unless you know where your particular plant came from its hard to say what temps are "normal" for that clone
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    Here is my update!




    As far as temps go- Mine sits kinda in front of my cooler... So even though it's pretty hot here most the time this plant doesn't feel it (I grow my N. lowii in the sameish spot) for winter (g/h is heated) I would say this plant is experiencing 80f days and 50f nights.

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