Lycopodium journals

terrestrial_man(9)June 29, 2008

If you are fascinated by the different Lycopodium species that are seen in eastern US and Canadian forests you might find my latest journals of interest. My interest has been in their successful pot cultivation. While in ground cultivation has proven more successful there has been some progress in growing these plants in pots. While the northern growers have an easier go at it, developing both the substrate and the cultural techniques needed have been a challenge for this Central Coastal California grower.

In time additional journals will be added. What I have not mentioned has been my experiment in tip propagation of Lycopodium annotinum and L. dendroideum. Here is the link:

The Lycopodiaceae

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terrestrial_man(9)

Interested in growing a Lycopod? I have just updated my journals to include info on growing Lycopodiella inundata.
To read check the link below.

Here is a link that might be useful: Lycopodiella inundata

    Bookmark   August 29, 2008 at 11:07PM
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