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E ambovombensis: Only grows flowers, never leaves like those in pictures of other plants I've seen.
E knobelii & E graniticola: Were growing well until mid-summer when skin on both plants became scabby and growth ceased (since restarted slightly, see lower left E knobelii).
cacti & other succulents, carnivorous plants
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