If you're not familiar with the phenomenon, a "keikei"
is a baby plant, genetically identical to the mother
In this photo of a water cultured Den. clavatum, two
keikei's are visible, emminating from the plant at the point
where the short roots are seen. When the roots are a few
inches long, the keikei's can be removed and potted up on
their own.
Digital photo.
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