Double crown?

paul_(z5 MI)February 7, 2008

My P. morensis bloomed. Now though it looks like the crown is splitting & forming 2 growing points. Is this normal? My P primaflora never did this so I'm curious.

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I'm not certain you have a double crown. Could be just new leaves from the same crown.

P. moranensis is a Mexican ping, which is significantly different than a P. primuliflora. The former are easily propogated through leaf cuttings, while the latter aren't. Instead, they form plantlets on the older leaves.

    Bookmark   February 8, 2008 at 1:33PM
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