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I have tortured this seed for years now.


Steve Mac

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The seed that I tortured for years is still struggling along in it's old habit of not opening properly, I might give it a bit more time before I 'help' this last leaf.

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but the big one is doing well with it's first seeding attempt.

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And my four insignis still look the same as in the last pic of them, I'll update them when they get another leaf.

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Cheers Steve

It is not dead, it is just senescence.

   

 

 

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Insignis and in health.... 

These are from the bunch that are shown earlier in the thread, which I first thought were weddellianum but have proved not to be, that is the second one to go pinnate after about 2 years and 8 or 9 leaves.

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and this is the Weddell that after a harsh first few years still has not learned to open it's leaves.

The ground may be a bit wet for it here.

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Cheers Steve

It is not dead, it is just senescence.

   

 

 

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