> In a message dated 97-12-02 18:13:25 EST, you write:
> << I thought I would mention that my I.unguicularis is blooming. (The one
> in the plant room) It spent the summer outside. The one in the ground is
> nice and green still (even after 20 inches of snow). The one inside had
> a bloom on it on Wed. before Thanksgiving when I checked it right before
> we left for Kansas. Now it has three blooms.
> Leslie in Omaha >>
> I think I may have asked this question before but if so I have forgotten the
> answer. Does that unguicularis in your plant room (now blooming) live in a
> pot permanently?
> I am thinking of trying this as a"conservatory" plant.
> Claire Peplowski
> East Nassau, NY
> zone 4 - Berkshire area
This one has been potted since May of '96, when I dug it to move to NE
from NM. It will stay potted until 'I' get to put down roots! Which
could be another year or so.
Leslie in Omaha