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Re: hum...

In a message dated 6/26/05 4:55:13 PM, gossiper@sbcglobal.net writes:

<< They have never done squat for me.... seemed to be at a standstill... 
get taller, wider nothing... but they do keep on blooming. >>

Donna, they need hot weather.  Last year was not a good year with the cool 
temps.  The owners of the greenhouse have studied this plant and are one of the 
very few that grow this from seed (in our area) as it is difficult to bring to 
a healthy marketing size plant.  If the weather is to cool they develop a 
root problem.

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