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RE: orchids, but new thread


Well... interesting- It now has a million and one uses :) Almost as good
as duct tape, both of which can always be found in my house somewhere...

Donna

> that's it. there are several formulations. almost any of them will
hold
> wood to bark for a time long enough for an orchid to settle in.
> 
> At 07:42 PM 12/30/02 -0600, you wrote:
> >Goop.... as in the stuff from the hardware store in the squeeze tube
for
> >repairs??? Just curious... it would never work here :(
> >
> >Donna
> >
> >
> > >
> > > for those with short [or disinterested] memories, i ordered a
gouge
> >from
> > > lee valley. well, it arrived over the weekend. i took it to the
> >nursery
> > > today and, on my way out, i stopped by the native orchid and
gouged
> >two
> > > pups off the oak tree. tomorrow, i will "goop" them onto another
oak
> >tree.
> > > their new home will be the live oak that is nearest to the entry
of
> >our
> > > new
> > > office. i should know by, say, april if the gooped-on transplant
has
> > > taken.

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