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Re: I. Japonica

In a message dated 96-11-26 16:01:41 EST, you write:

<< What size pot did you use? How about watering - how often, etc, 
 Were your bloomstalks set while outside do you suppose?? 
My I. japonica is in a rather small pot, I think about 6". The soil is very
friable...it is the potting mix Suky uses for her bonsai plants.  It dries
out rather fast and Suky waters it about every other day.  The temperature in
the room is probably about 60 F., but under the lights, which are on 16 hours
a day it is very, very warm.  Yes, I think the bloomstalk was set before it
was brought in.  Clarence Mahan

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