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coleup wrote:
Pony tail palms can and do have off sets, too. Wonder if someone like palmbob or other growers and propagators of tuberous plants could be alerted to lokk at what we are seeing...Cacti , too.. A shout out for some other specialty forums to assist on this. Anyone want to do the shouting?

Thing looks a lot less green in most recent pics from Linda's hubby.

Pic 1 pony tail palm offset
Pic 2 oxalis tubers
3 + 4 ponytail palms and oxalis are 'cat magnets'5 result of cat + 3 or 4


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