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Two othello's from seed

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can you see the second?

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Good going ada. I had a stolon cutting that got that far, then just keeled over and died. Hope you have better luck.

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got 3 in the moss Martin,had them years.they are so slow ,might try feeding one

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 FredG is the only one I've seen on the forum with an adult Othello. I wonder what his secret is?
 

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It was from me,as a cutting.it grows well to semi maturity but as it ages it becomes more prone to the heat or this pathogen that kills them.so needs keeping cooler and in the moss,hopefully to help with its anti infection properties

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Whats an "Othello"? Is it just a cobra lily? Or is it a type of cobra lily?

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It's always a Darlingtonia californica but the complete green "version"

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It's always a Darlingtonia californica but the complete green "version"

Ah, okay.. it looks cool.. what's the complete red version called?

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 There's an ICPS description of Othello here.
 

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