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So I planted a Sans. Rhizome & Look

Posted by pirate_girl Zone7 NYC (My Page) on
Wed, Sep 28, 11 at 17:37

Another wacky experiment of mine, here's what I got

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This was a few months ago, it's larger now, but I haven't get uploaded the latest pix.

I invite you all to experiment & let the little child of wonder that still exists (at least in me) be amazed at what can develop.


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RE: So I planted a Sans. Rhizome & Look

Of course.


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RE: So I planted a Sans. Rhizome & Look

Hay Pirate Girl, It seems we share a lot in common. My wife quilts and crochets and needle stitch and shares a lot of my gardening stuff. I'm into Hostas, Jap. maples, some evergreens, Sempervivum, Sedums, lots of interesting house plants including Sans, Euphorbias, Echeverias, so on. Good luck with your experiment.


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RE: So I planted a Sans. Rhizome & Look

Hi Pirate girl- how deep did you plant
your rhizomes? I just planted a few
In cactus soil. I hope I did it correctly.
-thank you.


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RE: So I planted a Sans. Rhizome & Look

Pirate_girl hasn't been around lately. Hope she returns soon. Small rhizomes can rot easily so don't cover it up. Loose soil just covering it and hold down on the water. Spray may be better but only on the new growth.


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RE: So I planted a Sans. Rhizome & Look

Will try. Have bigger rhizomes than necessary. I find it very hard to keep them in pot filled with clay pellets only. Once the rhizome hits the bottom it keeps growing and pushes the plant out.


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