Re: [Aroid-l] Off topic: Lycopodium in arrangements question
- Subject: Re: [Aroid-l] Off topic: Lycopodium in arrangements question
- From: Steve Marak firstname.lastname@example.org
- Date: Wed, 5 Apr 2006 10:45:27 -0500 (CDT)
Thanks for the information, and the link to your lycopodium page. I had
stumbled across it before, actually, while doing some web research on these
fascinating plants. Lovely. I've also exchanged some e-mail with Chad re
equisetums - it's a small botanical world.
I've found several images on web pages of various companies which sell foliage
for the cut-flower market which appear to be the one in question. I'll include
the URLs below. I can also snap a few digital pictures, if these aren't
sufficient, and find somewhere to put them.
Re cuttings, the one web resource I found on the topic seemed to imply that use
of rooting hormones had essentially no effect on the species they tested - do
you recommend for or against, and if for, any particular concentration or
ingrediant? (Or media, for that matter?)
The last says "a native of New Zealand", but I'm including it because, if it's
not the one sitting in my greenhouse, it certainly looks like it.
On Wed, 5 Apr 2006 Regferns@aol.com wrote:
> Steve (and others who might be interested),
> Is there a photo of the floral arrangement so that we might be able to see
> which Lycopodium species you are referring? I have a large collection of
> Lycopodium, and they are quite varied. (I am attaching a page of some of the
> plants in my collection: _www.tfeps.org/lycopodium_squarrosum.htm_
> (http://www.tfeps.org/lycopodium_squarrosum.htm) ) I suppose some species
> could be used in a flora arrangement, but I am not aware of any that are.
> Growing them from cuttings can be done, under great care and a watchful eye.
> Some species are easier to propagate from cuttings than others. They tend to
> linger and rot, unless you pay close attention to them and use a free
> draining medium. Charles Alford in Vero Beach, Florida and Chad Husby in
> Miami have also grown these plants from cuttings.
> If you have a photo, please send it on to me.
> Reggie Whitehead
-- Steve Marak
Aroid-l mailing list
Other Mailing lists |
Author Index |
Date Index |
Subject Index |