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« on: November 11, 2012, 19:37:22 »

Thanks to all who sent me an e-mail so I could start building up my address book again!

And I promised to post some pictures once I get all my pictures and documents sorted out.  I am still far away from having it all as I want it but as I come accross pictures I'd like to share I will share them - and also some new ones as I take them.

Here is my Neo gigas as it looked today
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And Neo Silver
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Bill sanderiana a couple of months ago
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Till somnians about a month ago
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Vr fosteriana var seideliana in the middle of Winter
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Vr Mint Julip also during July
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And some Neo Jojo's (not registered yet : johannis x DeRolf). Also taken in the middle of Winter
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Gnarly dude!


« Reply #1 on: November 11, 2012, 21:48:50 »

Japie, you posted that pic of the somnians before didn't you? I've probably got 30 of the lil' buggers (terrestrial and potted) and they don't nowheres near approach the red coloration yours do.

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« Reply #2 on: November 11, 2012, 22:45:38 »

I may have posted a pic some time ago of a slightly coloured up one, Gonzer, but they seemed to have gotten some extra deep colour this past Winter.  This pic I took only a month ago. During Winter it got direct sun from about 10 in the morning untill about 3 o' clock.

I am still waiting for them to reach the 'weed' status, but everybody that sees them, wants one!!!
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« Reply #3 on: November 11, 2012, 23:54:50 »

Happy to see you're getting some good red tips on your Jojos, Japie!  They seem to favor the Fairchild coloration rather than the duller DeRolf. 
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