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Burbidgea scheizocheila

Posted by karyn1 7a (My Page) on
Sat, Aug 4, 12 at 10:04

Hi. I'm new to this forum but am a long time GW member. I have a Burbidgea scheizocheila that's very close to outgrowing it's pot (12"). Can I divide it? It's full of new growth but no blooms yet. Should I wait to see if it gets blooms or should I try to divide it now? It was in bloom last Jan but that was in FL. I'm in the DC area and winter it over in a greenhouse. Any help would be appreciated. TIA


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RE: Burbidgea scheizocheila

do you still have the plant.i would like some of it please,will pay postage.or a trade.tammy


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RE: Burbidgea scheizocheila

Karyn1
I just saw your post that you had posted 2012 and I am wondering if you still own your golden brush ginger? I am in the central Fl area and I am looking for that ginger...I would love to do a trade with you....I will be in the indianhead Maryland area in Nov. of this year maybe we can work something out possibly. Please let me know
Thank You for your time


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