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By Adrien
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Both of these plants are cephs I’ve sent to friends, one was started as a TC plantlet while the other one was a big rhizome pulling division. They are in the same pots in both before and after photos.


Secret? Heavy fertilization :P :roll:
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By sans
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I thought heavy fertilization would kill it...
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By Adrien
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sans wrote: Sun Mar 17, 2024 12:47 pm I thought heavy fertilization would kill it...
False, there’s study’s that show Cephalotus taking up to 70% of their nutrient requirements through soil. They can take heavy fertilization with the right kind of fertilizer.
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