10473 - Bromeliads (Garden) - 2012-10-17|
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- Add Note (10469): Dutch Vandervort (2012-10-17) - This URL took me to Google's idea of D. hebdingii. Could not find a flower. It is not impossible that it is hebdingii, but it seems too glabrous, not sufficiently lepidote
- Add Note (10470): Joachim Saul (2012-10-18) - Uwe, from where did you obtain the plant? There are more plants like that in cultivation in Germany. Seed grown... I think yours may be one of those. True Dy. hebdingii is said to never produce basal offsets. It branches by splitting instead. Sorry! (Sent: firstname.lastname@example.org)
- Add Note (10469): Uwe (2012-10-30) - I got the information that my plant was grown from seeds - the pollen parent is not known and all the seedlings look different. So my plant is NOT a "clean" Dyckia hebdingii.
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