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  • (Anonymously) (Private)
    3 years 5 months ago
    Dorstenia elata
  • (Anonymously) (Private)
    4 years 1 month ago
    Dorstenia lavrani (3)
    I need to buy a male Dorstenia lavrani to make my female plant happy.  I read you have to be very careful that you are actually getting a male plant and not another female.  Any suggestions how I can definitely find a male plant?  I'm very hesitant to buy seeds.  Why do they sell seeds more often and not plants???
  • Geisa Santos (Private)
    8 years 11 months ago
    Dorstenia elata
    Marc, i got a dorstenia elata a few days ago. love at first sight. i've seen a lot of photos on the web, and yours dorstenias are the most beutiful.
    i can't find how to care of it.
    could you give us some tips or a website that can say something about it?
    Congratulations for the work. Those dorstenias are the most!

  • Pamela (Private)
    10 years ago
    Dorstenia ellenbeckiana

    If you have any seeds from this one too, or possibly some seedlings, I'd be interested to buy.

  • Robert Oley (Private)
    10 years 10 months ago
    Dorstenia elata this grow in one tree, or in the separated tree and you put it together in one pot?please teach me how to take care this beauty...coz i have some at home, and it didn't grow like yours ;) TQ
  • Kevin Thommes (Private)
    11 years 5 months ago
    Dorstenia horwoodii spontaneous seedlings
    Is there a trick to pollinating D. Horwoodii? I have had one for three years now, and although it is flowering whenever it is growing, I have never gotten a single seed from it. Are they dioecious? I am having great difficulty finding any information on this species. any information you could give me would be greatly appreciated.
  • George, Phoenix, AZ (Private)
    11 years 5 months ago
    Dorstenia Island
    I just love all the photos of Dorstenia Island. Great idea, executed beautifully!!!
  • sched34 (Private)
    11 years 8 months ago
    Dorstenia hildebrandtii (flower close-up)
    grâce à cet album j'ai enfin trouvé à quelle espèce appartient mon dortenia. Tes photos son vraiment trés belles. Merci de partager ta passion sur le net.
    A bientôt peut être...
  • Marcelo (Private)
    12 years ago
    Dorstenia elata
    Hello Marc,
    Good to see you are a Dorstenia lover! It is an interesting group. The species you showed above is not D.elata, but Dorstenia bahiensis. If you want to talk about these species, write to my email. I have some interesting pictures of Dorstenias.

    Hello Marcelo,
    Sorry but my Dorstenia is definitely a D. elata!
    The D. bahiensis has a pinkish inflorescence, the D. elata one is almost black (very dark violet)
    I'd like to have some seeds of D. bahiensis!