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Quadrangularis tendrils

Posted by subtrop 10b (My Page) on
Sun, Sep 16, 12 at 22:04

I'm wondering if it's normal for the older tendrils to get woody/hard. The first 5/6 ones are green and bendable and then they're starting to get woody. It's about 6 months old and around 6 feet long. Why is it doing that?

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RE: Quadrangularis tendrils

Yeah, that's normal. Why? The plant doesn't need to support it any more as it stays structurally sound.

RE: Quadrangularis tendrils

Thanks for your answer. Do you also know as to when a quadrangularis can be expected to flower?

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