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Baby photo

Posted by Ohio_Green_Thumb Zone 5b NW Ohio (My Page) on
Sun, Jan 1, 06 at 18:15

This Rebutia pygmeae v colorea produced a plethora of seeds from its flowers this summer,

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which in turn produced this...

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A few seeds germinated, but this is the sole survivor, sorta like the last Jedi Knight!

Amy


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Way to go!


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Strange wee beastie, but doesn't look as if it will be pygmeae for very long:)


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All Rebutia seem to grow like that. They shoot up as thin columns to a certain height, then they stay at that height and get fatter until they are spherical. Very amusing :)


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Yay!!! : ) I love that Rebutia too.

Jen


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That seedling is looking quite happy and the flowers are beautiful Amy. Keep us updated on the growth of that seedling.

Dawn


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