Plant with visible stem from
Messum Crater, Namibia.
Me and a giant plant
from Messum Crater, Namibia.
root ends in a fine, very long root, seeking for underground
water. It is said not to survive re-potting, unless a lot of soil
I have no problems at all!
have been re-potted five times. Stop growing for a month, and
kick in again like nothing have happened.
The root of a four year old
seedling, re-potted for the third time. Not that pole shaped and extreme long
root, as the roomers
claims. The leaves are 20 centimetres total, it now thrives in a
six centimetre shallow pot.
This seedling have done real
fine, growing in this disposable wineglass. Here,
it is half a year. I had it for five in the glass, till I gave
And is still doing fine after
And three years. No problems
at all! Same soil. Just sitting in my kitchen window without any
heating or artificial light. Down to 12C at wintertime.
Seedlings just when the true
leaves emerges. Plants for tissue culture.
The roots after half a year
are long, plentiful but thin.
Re-potted, and doing fine. One
root was cut down to 2 centimetres - no problem!
seed leaf is still visible.
14 days, 30 days,
30 days, 45 days.
Would evolve faster, given higher temperature and lighter soil.