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Cephalotus Autumn Colour

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Some Autumn colour on my Cephalotus.

Dudley Watts

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Black

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Cephalotus Follicularis, One year old Leaf pullings

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2PB

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Triffid Albany Black

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Big Boy

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very nice

jim

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Those are healthy & great looking plants, Ron. Happy to see 2 peeps as well....

 

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Congratulations! beautiful plants!!!

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On 27 October 2016 at 10:17 AM, lilacina said:

How did you grow a leaf-pulling within just one year to this size?

Hi lilacina, I assume it is just due to the genetic's of this particular Cephalotus Follicularis,, last year I self pollinated the flowers and the seed germinated this year but so far growth I think is average, next year if i have flowers on my plants i will try crossing some and see what happens.

I did some leaf pullings of Marstons Exotics 1985 this year I will add a picture later to show you the growth on these.

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@lilacina One of my Marston Exotics 1985 leaf pullings. 

The leaves were pulled on the 20th April 2016 and potted on about eight weeks later, so these are about six months old, not doing to badly.

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