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Old 05-23-2022, 09:18 PM
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I bought a community pot back in December and seeing some nice growth on them the last two months. Took awhile since most of them took damage from all the roots being interlaced like crazy. Can't wait for them to get bigger!
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They look very healthy, with lots of clean leaves. Do you grow indoors or out (I know it depends on what part of California you're in)? I've always wanted to try this species, or some of its close relatives (e.g. Bulb. fletcherianum). Please continue to post updates on their progress.

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Old 06-15-2022, 05:06 PM
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Boy, I hope you're young!
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those are the kind we buried in the back of the greenhouse out of the flask and tried to forget about them for about 3 years.. then from 1 inch pot to 1.5 inch pot

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That is one plant I wish I could grow! There is no way, but a man can dream....
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