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Re: [APD] Madagascar Lace plant root
I believe Harry Martin wrote this email section below:
I was cleaning my tank today and decided to poke around the root of my
Madagascar Lace plant. I was suprised to find the bulb has gotten quite
large and the roots around it so dense.
It looks like it has gotten to be about 5" long and about 3" wide.
The last time I saw it, planting it after a move, it was about the size
of my thumb.
Does anybody know how big these things actually get?
Leaves get about a foot long, almost 2 feet high.
Don't let it flower.
It will then need resting once a year as it doesn't live constantly
underwater in the wild.
We're suppose to remove it from the water, wrap it in soggy cloth and keep
it dark at ~60F for 2 months.
Plenty of links on that page too. :-)
200 Million years in the making...
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