Re: Pot Culture (no, it's not what you think!)
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- Subject: Re: Pot Culture (no, it's not what you think!)
- From: Diana Louis <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Sat, 21 Feb 1998 04:46:36 -0700 (MST)
On Fri, 20 Feb 1998, Sharon McAllister wrote:
> Rick Tasco wrote:
> >> Completely dormant ones?
> >> No roots? =3D
> >> No leaves?
> >> Not even a sign of a growing point?
> > Sharon, Sorry but I've never seen rhizomes like that (well, maybe in
> > Wal Mart)! :-). =
> Oh, the ones that have entered a
> state of permanent dormancy???
> Sorry my earlier post wasn't clear. I =
> meant only to caution against =
> premature planting of the type whose
> nature is to go fully dormant. It's best
> to plant those according to the condition =
> they're in, rather than watching the
> calendar. =
Sharon, When should these ones be planted. Problem is if the ground
is frozen hard I guess I could put them into pots but I am not
enthusiastic about this because the house is so dry in the winter.
The question is when do these ones become undormant?
> The green-dormant types are
another > matter entirely and I'm not at all surprised
> by your success story.
> Sharon McAllister email@example.com
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