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Re: [Aroid-l] Totems

  • Subject: Re: [Aroid-l] Totems
  • From: Al Wootten awootten@nrao.edu
  • Date: Fri, 13 May 2005 13:15:51 -0400

Hi Enid, Hermine and Ed

Thanks for the suggestions.  A constraint I forgot to mention is that my
wife must think that it looks elegant.  I'm using a sturdy green plastic mesh 
with sphagnum moss within now for the plant, a Philodendron I got from Dewey 
some time ago.  Alas, it has topped the totem I have.  The leaves are getting 
smaller again and it is gangly.  I could root the top and lop it but I'd 
like to grow it one size up...philodendronlings are now sprouting at the
base filling it out nicely.

Clear skies,
|Al Wootten, Slacktide, Sturgeon Creek at the Rappahannock |
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 > At 06:19 AM 5/12/05, Enid wrote:
 > >Hi Al,
 > >These guys are a great totem source:
 > ><https://protected11.purehost.com/d30053026/index.asp?sh=welcome&op=2>https://protected11.purehost.com/d30053026/index.asp?sh=welcome&op=2
 > what about you make a cylinder of chicken wire or something like that and 
 > stuff it with thoroughly soaked spaghnum moss?
 > hermine 
 > Hi-
 > I use 1/4 inch hardware cloth stuffed with wet sphagnum.  I secure the  
 > cylinder with plastic airplane ties and affix it to a redwood 1 x 2  stake.  Works 
 > great.
 > Ed
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