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mmartic



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PostSubject: Wild elegance   Wild elegance Icon_minitimeSun Oct 05, 2014 8:41 pm

Pretty unusual, isn't it!!!

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PostSubject: Re: Wild elegance   Wild elegance Icon_minitimeSun Oct 05, 2014 10:12 pm



This will be in 1-2 years, a fine group - congratulations!


Best wishes

K.W.


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mmartic



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PostSubject: Re: Wild elegance   Wild elegance Icon_minitimeMon Oct 06, 2014 5:40 pm

Thank's K.W. - I have a few Haageanas but rest of them are solitary... Never saw Haageana like this one!
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PostSubject: Re: Wild elegance   Wild elegance Icon_minitimeSat Oct 18, 2014 12:18 pm

I have been looking at this for some time now and have come to the conclusion that it is probably m.elegans, a subsp. of m.haageana (Hunt). It will in time offset, as mine has. Although your plant appears to still be in a small pot, so quite young to be offsetting, or is the photo deceiving!  It is not uncommon however for m.haageana to offset, as in the case of susp.schmollii.
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PostSubject: Re: Wild elegance   Wild elegance Icon_minitimeSat Oct 18, 2014 2:50 pm

Yes Delandmo, I also think this is Mamm. elegans (that's the reason I named the topic "wild elegance") and all of them I have seen are solitary in this size. The pot is 6x6cm...
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