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Hi Dennis and all
Thanks for the link to the oncocyklus page in Belgium, but it looks like highway rubbery at broad daylight, with those prices considering what we pay for some of the same species from the ASI plant sale.
The onco species/hybrids which I received from the ASI plants sale this year, are all brought indoors now, and they grow very well, some of them are 10" tall, others barely started to grow, I hope a few of them  will bloom next year.
Jan Jacobsen -Denmark zone 4-6

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