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Old 23rd September 2011, 09:12 AM
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My mother plant is flowering non-stop. Few months ago just realize that there is seeds in seed pod. Here is end result... Now, I have at least 15 plantlet...

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Hahha....congrats.

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Hahha....congrats.

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kevyn, that is for sure...

I found that the way of its flowering is really weird. White flower is pop up from plant body... Then, it turn brown. When try to plug the seed pod from mother plant, it seems like the seed pod is buried in the plant body.
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it is quite common on M.tuberosa.

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Here is latest photo of the plant.

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very nice

can you take picture from the stem in totality, from the caudex to the leaves , to see all the alveoli and the clypeoli .

this picture from clypeoli is very interessant .

merry christmas and happy new year 2012

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My latest plant that I got from a Malay uncle for RM10

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very very interessant , may be a hydnophytum , from what region it comes ?

in last picture have you a name to this plant ?

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WOW! What did you do to help it flowering like that? I have so many plants that do not flower at all. I don't know what I am doing wrong. Am I maybe using a wrong fertilizer? I thought about ordering new plants flowers making kind of an experiment with a new fertilizer and a new way of treatment. Maybe that will help and if it does I might switch on my other plants to the same method hoping they will flower once again and are not completely ruined.
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Bonjour

may be your plants are juvenils ?

what species have you ? what cultivate condition ?

I use here ,without ant ,this fertilizer NPK : 25-5-5 ( type green plant with a big N)

CASEYHOO for me if your plant come from Sarawak, it is a Myrmecodia tuberosa 'armata' .

I am very very interested by this rubiaceae genus , if some people is also interested , tell me. I am also very very interested by their picture 'in situ' .

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