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Article: Pachypodiums- THE caudiciform collectors plant- Introduction to the species and cultivational suggestions: Propogation

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AarronIkarus
Onalaska, WA
(Zone 8b)

August 5, 2008
6:22 PM

Post #5372766

A very informative article. I think I know what I've been doing wrong, now. The greenhouse I work at has a P. lamerei that is looking pretty humble. After reading this article, I think I may not have been watering it enough. I do wonder how I should go about trying to propogate it. My last attempt was a dismal failure.
Whitepointer19
Elizabeth, IN

February 27, 2010
11:04 PM

Post #7592868

Ive got P. geyi, and I live in Indiana so it gets good and hot in the summer as I grow mine outside, I give a weekly soak down round mid summer, and have good results

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