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« on: January 19, 2012, 05:47:37 »

This is one of those Tropiflora puyas grown from seeds collected from an undescribed puya herbarium specimen. I have no idea what the flowers looks like.

I got it in Nov '09 in a 5" pot and now I have it in a 10" pot. It seems to take lots of sun and has been the same light green color ever since I got it two years ago. I know somebody else got one too, but I haven't seen a recent picture so I don't know who is pushing it the fastest.

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