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Huernia's been lazy

This is a discussion on Huernia's been lazy within the Eye Candy forums, part of the Land Plants category; Silly thing took almost 2 months off from blooming! -- ah, but what can you ...

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    Default Huernia's been lazy

    Silly thing took almost 2 months off from blooming! -- ah, but what can you do? LOL

    Apparently it is time to start another blooming cycle. Here's a pic as it has just started to pop open. Oh and it's Huernia zebrina for those who are interested

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    These plants are really strange and cool. Thanks Paul.

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    I can't wait till mine start blooming again.

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    Mine blooms easily -- even one of the rooted cuttings I started over the winter is now in bud.

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    My stapelia is recovering from me chopping it back like crazy. I love the little "lifesaver" version. You'll have to update when it gets a bunch of flowers open. Cool one!

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    Is it a nasty smeller?

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