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Old 25th May 2011, 08:17 PM
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since you are growing cephs outdoor...do you have luck on the plantlets? out of topic...how's the fusca doing in your "backyard"?
yup, so far, only casualty after repotting was one of the big one, apart from that, all leaf pulling still remain fresh, dump them all in front of my house under balcony, quite warm but some of those small divisions are growing, left the big one in my backyard styrofoam box, growing now, Fusca just settled and just have a new leaf growing out of it
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