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Old 07-03-2021, 05:37 PM
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For those who are too eager to "tidy up" your plants... I want to share my Den. glomeratum (sulawesiense) - it blooms off old canes, repeatedly. I have circled the buds that are just developing on canes that look quite dead. This is a genus with a lot of plants that do this.
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it is so true with the Den. And this growth & flowers are so beautiful.
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And a pretty boss example too!

Nice tip
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Thank you for the advice! Beautiful plant.
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Also, is the title a Monty Python reference???
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Also, is the title a Monty Python reference???
Wasn't thinking of that, but guess it fits...
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