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Re: CULT: medians

  • Subject: Re: CULT: medians
  • From: Lbaumunk@aol.com
  • Date: Wed, 24 Feb 1999 08:52:23 EST

From: Lbaumunk@aol.com

In a message dated 2/23/99 9:40:01 PM Mountain Standard Time,
donald@eastland.net writes:

<< I do wish some discussion of the growth habits of the medians by
 those with experience could be posted.  Mine sure don't look good in
 comparison to the TBs.  Is it normal for them to look so pathetic?  Are
 the harsher weather patterns in North Central West Texas too much
 for them.  Too hot?  Too dry?  Are their cultivation requirements that
 different from TBs?  The MTBs look especially marginal.  The IBs and
 SDBs not a lot better.  >>

The dormancy habits of medians tend to be different from the TB's.  How they
look in the winter is not a good comparison for how they will perform at bloom

The dwarfs and IBs have i. pumila genes and the MTBs have i. variegata.  Both
of those species send up entirely new foliage in the spring.

Lowell Baumunk

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