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Posted by CactusBoss Zone 5a (My Page) on
Mon, Jul 29, 13 at 23:03

Here they are plato. I moved them to one location for pics but they're not usually in those spots. I have a question on my Alg cuttings. How long will they take to root? http://www.flickr.com/photos/99571090@N04/. Oh and some of the pics are older.

This post was edited by CactusBoss on Mon, Jul 29, 13 at 23:04


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Those are awesome! I'm jealous. It makes me wonder how those super fuzzy ones can photosynthesize when they are all wrapped up in that fuzz! It seems like that would block out all light.


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Cactus,
You do have quite the cactus collection there (I can see the reason for your name)! I unfortunately cannot answer your question about your Alg cuttings, I've never tried growing them from cuttings before.

I took pictures of the rest of my plants (if you were interested in seeing mine). Some pictures are a little... soft looking, the outdoor lighting wasn't working with me. I don't have as many plants as I used to. I had quite the collection of cacti myself, but thanks to all that rain we got, I lost all but two.

Thanks for looking at my pictures!

Here is a link that might be useful: My Photobucket Album

This post was edited by plantomaniac08 on Tue, Jul 30, 13 at 11:22


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CactusBoss link. Quite a crowd! Nice.


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cactus,

aglaonemas tend to be slow growers. cuttings taken during the summer can show roots in a month or two. winter cuttings - without bottom heat - can take half a year. warmth and light definitely speed things along.

cheers,

nancy


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Cactus,

I currently have an aglaonema slip rooting in potting soil. It took about a month to start growing roots.

Here is a link that might be useful: Trini Garden


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New addition!!


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Cactus Boss..is your plant an Epiphyllum? If not, what's its type?


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hopefulauthor, it's Rhipsalis paradoxa!


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