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Old 04-03-2019, 11:00 AM
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Wow, this is wild and so beautiful! I tried growing Marcgravia cuttings in my large vivarium but had a hard time with them. I think they needed more light than mine had at ground-level.
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Wow, this is wild and so beautiful! I tried growing Marcgravia cuttings in my large vivarium but had a hard time with them. I think they needed more light than mine had at ground-level.
Marcgravias are actually very easy to keep, marcgravia rectiflora is alittle difficult. One thing you have to be careful of is to not keep them too moist. They grow on trees and like to stay dry


oops I just caught a mistake, Marcgravia Sintenisii is the hard one. Rectiflora is not difficult at all

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This is amazing. Very very well done!
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This is amazing. Very very well done!
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