lalle973

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  1. I'm agree. Only one think. It is possibile to know why was deleted only my post? Inviato dal mio ALE-L21 utilizzando Tapatalk
  2. What? And why?I didn't make illegal use, i don't put on other forums so I will not ask for anything since you post them here. The next time not clear your photos (but it seems to me that "clear" is a fashion) . I could put the link and did not changeand thing.
  3. Of course, Charles have a lot of plants unamed clones that he sell like "Typical"...and like he say....green, red, little, giant etc etc.. Well, I would rather have the same picture of the post but it is not a problem, I have a farsighted and I saved one for you.This....(fig.1) Picture removed on request from copyright holder. We can note two caratteristics of the plant: 1. it's a giant; 2. has the wide mid rib (fig.2). Picture removed on request from copyright holder. Some time ago you send me a photo. Do you remember? Picture removed on request from copyright holder. Doesn't look like two drops of water? I used your photos here........http://rexplants.freeforumzone.com/d/10980105/Hummer-s-Giant-Qual-è-il-vero-/discussione.aspx/2...do you remember? This is a JGH from jjw (fig.4) and Sparviero (fig.5) Also in this cases we note the classic wide mid rib of JHG (from CB of course). JHG from Pokie, but this is a monster. And also your last photo. Picture removed on request from copyright holder. Well, in all the photos we have the same characteristics, Cephalotus giant and the wide large mid rib. Instead this is your JHG from Brewer. Picture removed on request from copyright holder. Does it is giant? I think not. Does have a large mid rib? I don't see it. The only thing I see is that it has the classic dark color of almost all your plants except for the "Typical" from CB. Last thing, I also asked directly to Charles and whitouth any doubt says that plant in fig. 1 it's a real 'JHG' and, like he wrote :"That's a Hummer Giant. I can tell by the wide middle rib. If then we can say that a plant has a name just because it is written on the labell then let it go, that it is better !. Dante Alighieri wrote :"considerate la vostra semenza, fatti non foste a viver come bruti, ma per seguir virtute e canoscenza"
  4. I completely agree with you and I apologize if my comments are OT. I asking here because in his thread......http://www.cpukforum.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=57448 i haven't no reply.
  5. Also you are always welcome. I asked you to put the photo, but I understand that it is not your intention.
  6. Thanks for your answer. You clear the photos of "typical" from Charles Brewer. Put it back and I can explain.
  7. If I'm not mistaken Matthias Mayer has many clones of this and maybe could give us some information. Don't worry Jin, even he don't knows the characteristics of the "typical" from Charles Brewer. However it sold (or tried to sell) the plant to € 100 and I don't think even the "typical" from Brewer but probably is another clone. I also asked if you're sure but instead of responding civilly, you deleted the photos (as you have already done in the past).
  8. Looking grow very well Jin. I think came from Charles Brewer, views the classic mid rib!!
  9. Always stunning. Thanks for sharing Inviato dal mio ALE-L21 utilizzando Tapatalk
  10. lalle973

    some cephalotus

    Very nice plants bro and all growing well.! Inviato dal mio ALE-L21 utilizzando Tapatalk
  11. Cephalotus follicularis 'Eden Black'. Photo of an Italian grower.
  12. lalle973

    Recovery

    Probably two or three weeks and then should return to growth
  13. lalle973

    My T-Rex

    I thought the same thing!! ;)