Jade Forest

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I was given a 10 lb bag of Jade cuttings a year ago. I sorted through the bag to find the most unique branches, and branches that had matured to "bark". I propagated the cuttings in cactus soil for 3-4 months. I have them set in their positions, and their roots are stable!

Next step, getting these bad boys to grow some more foilage!
 

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Nice work.

My initial reaction was to ask myself "where's the dinosaur?". Right now it seems to be a prehistoric scene - rather interesting. :cool:
 

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Nice work.

My initial reaction was to ask myself "where's the dinosaur?". Right now it seems to be a prehistoric scene - rather interesting. :cool:
Awesome idea,lol I'm going to have to find some tiny props
 

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Gallina, I too enjoy making forests out of P afra. The challenge for me is finding large cuttings.
 

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gallina1594

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I got lucky with the bag of cuttings that were quite literally given to me lol. Yours have so much foilage! Nice!
 

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I like how the blue stone gives the impression of a running river with the little island in the middle.

As for spacing, I think once they start growing it won't be too much of an issue, but that is what re-potting can always adjust if you don't like it.
 
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