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One for the future

Posted by tightathome Yorks - UK (My Page) on
Fri, Oct 8, 04 at 17:40

Hi Forum

It is very quiet on here so I thought I would give you all something to look at while I am getting my beauty sleep (it is 10.40pm).

This is a nice variety called 'Border Raider' - excellent for small pot work - my favourite type of exhibition plant... will make a good 5" pot in its second year but it is recommended that it isn't grown much after 2 years - I don't know why but that is what the breeder recommends.

Anyway I will be growing it for a few years and I think it is worth giving it a go...


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RE: One for the future

Only 10.40pm! That's early evening for some of us.
Perhaps it will loose its compact shape as the plant gets older. The only thing to do is try it and see. I love mysteries, so please let us know.

RE: One for the future

Yup! One more beautiful photo to help us through
the upcoming winter. Thanks.

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