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Squil

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PostSubject: Wanted: Advanced Trich. bridgesii monstrose   Wanted: Advanced Trich. bridgesii monstrose EmptyTue Oct 12, 2010 5:34 pm

Hey spiny characters,

I'm looking to purchase an advanced penis plant. I have a couple of small ones, but would prefer something quite large from which I could take cuttings.

Any ideas where I might find one?

Thanks!

M
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Location : Langwarrin
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PostSubject: Re: Wanted: Advanced Trich. bridgesii monstrose   Wanted: Advanced Trich. bridgesii monstrose EmptySun Nov 07, 2010 7:00 pm

Generally these plants can be a bit pricy to get as advanced specimens. They're somwhat slower growing than other trichs, however once you have a plant big enough to have a few, err... "bits", you will generally get a few new offsets each season. They are slow to offset initially... a solo pup planted out may take a whole season after initial rooting to produce any significant growth. However, if you can be patient for a year or two you can grow up quite a nice specimen.
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PostSubject: Re: Wanted: Advanced Trich. bridgesii monstrose   Wanted: Advanced Trich. bridgesii monstrose EmptyTue Jan 31, 2012 3:52 pm

Mine was similar, started off with one main doodle and now its thrown 1 pup off the main doodle and another 3 further up, all at the same time.. Cool little plants TBM

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