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Re: Athyrium nipponicum cultivars...

Work for a nursery in Maine and have recently potted
up Athyrium nipponicum pictum and Athyrium nipponicum
"AppleCourt" there are several plants that look
similar...so whats the deal..i seem to remember that
the cultivars were all sports of one plant...any
leads? culture for greenhouse ?

Am using Fafards 53" with added perlite and we've
trouble with pH of water of 9.6...any ideas on ideal
pH for these cultivars?

kfb - maine

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