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This year it's decided to grow, and there are a few new roots coming through. It's popping out branches all over and a few flower buds. Pity the flowers are a bit behind so I may not be able to pollinate with it's friend in the last picture.
Has anyone successfully managed to root the branches and how do you do it? I would guess you would root as for a standard Stapelia, but if there are any special considerations it would be nice to know.
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Active grower of caudiciform succulents and mesembs. I don't really grow cacti (very often).