How many plants per Tissue Culture?

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Im planning on getting some more plants soon. Tissue culture is twice more expensive, but how many plants do you get / stems?
 

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Depends on the plant type -

I've always gotten enough plants to split into about 6-8 stem plants. The one time I got a rosette plant I got 2. Carpeting plants, lots and lots. Rhizome, have never bought, but it looks like 3 ish from online pictures?

Keep in mind they'll be small baby plants, and need good light, fertilization, and finer substrate to grow up healthy :)
 
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-Mak- said:
Depends on the plant type -

I've always gotten enough plants to split into about 6-8 stem plants. The one time I got a rosette plant I got 2. Carpeting plants, lots and lots. Rhizome, have never bought, but it looks like 3 ish from online pictures?

Keep in mind they'll be small baby plants, and need good light, fertilization, and finer substrate to grow up healthy :)
Do you think its worth it? Or at least better than potted / bunched?
 

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DollyDolly said:
Do you think its worth it? Or at least better than potted / bunched?
It depends on your setup, as they tend to require better conditions than bigger plants. If you have the right setup I think they are 100% worth it
 

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