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  • #16
    https://imgur.com/a/IA6B21A

    Here's another bunch for whoever may be interested - two different C. spiralis, C. wendtii "flamingo", an E. Green Ozelot, various Fissidens spp. including "Buce 1A" and Leptocladus (all grow submersed), and a little C. ciliata

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    • #17
      https://imgur.com/a/BXuLOQy
      C. beckettii "Petchii"
      https://imgur.com/a/BaMS3oi
      C. cordata var. siamensis "Blassii" that sadly didn't open.
      https://imgur.com/a/qBlXXtW
      C. spiralis var. spiralis "Tiger" finally propagating.
      Last edited by Kennett; 27-07-18, 05:15 PM.

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      • #18
        Originally posted by Kennett View Post
        https://imgur.com/a/IA6B21A

        Here's another bunch for whoever may be interested - two different C. spiralis, C. wendtii "flamingo", an E. Green Ozelot, various Fissidens spp. including "Buce 1A" and Leptocladus (all grow submersed), and a little C. ciliata
        Just catching up - Pretty amazing flamingo!




        And is the the same C. spiralis "Tiger" that is propagating in the last post? Great looking plant - v different to the plani green C. spiralis var spiralis. Has it ever flowered?
        Last edited by Grubs; 26-08-18, 09:09 PM.

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        • #19
          Yes the above Spiralis I managed to get a plantlet naturally. I separated part of the rhizome which seemed to already be separate and three plantlets have developed from it. I believe it's a form which will propagate best by rhizome division. I am trialling one of them submerged to see how it will develop. I will be getting a small greenhouse soon to hopefully aid with propagation. And to answer your final question, this Spiralis is in the process of flowering. The OTHER form of Spiralis I have, which is also radically different, I have flowered twice. One of them failed to open. I can't seem to post images on here for some reason, must be my ignorance haha.

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          • #20
            C. wendtii "Flamingo".


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            • #21

              So actually, there is no blue algae but green-blue???

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