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Orlandiana ensign yellow form

Posted by bryan69 (My Page) on
Fri, Jun 20, 08 at 23:18

If you want a lot of pups give it groceries. There is another pup on the other side
Orlandiana yellow form


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RE: Orlandiana ensign yellow form

Wow! I usually get one at a time on orlandianas. Has that one bloomed already?


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RE: Orlandiana ensign yellow form

After they bloom pull the bloom out repot in a larger pot and sink the plant down in the mix. Drop ferterlizer in the center cup and all the leaves. Yuo have the potential to get a pup from every leaf the plant has. I got over 20 pups off this plant.When you remove the pups repeat the procedure and watch the magic again.


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RE: Orlandiana ensign yellow form

Wow! Thanks for that excellent tip, Bryan :)

K


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What kind of fertilizer? I assume a slow release pellet.


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I use osmacote 4 month release. I learned that from an old timer.This guy can grow anytrhing.


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RE: Orlandiana ensign yellow form

Cool tip Bryan, thanks!


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Seen many Bills and Neos come out with stringy pups when fertilized. Do you have this problem Bryan?

C


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RE: Orlandiana ensign yellow form

I don't grow many billbergias but the neo's do fine you just have to remove them before they get to big.And then you can harden them up


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